Students reveal their skills at Lorain County Art Show


Amherst’s Madison Reynolds used a pen to create her masterpiece.


Freshman Alex Brill of Firelands used colored pencils and ink to create a piece he calls “Zentagle Mandala.”


Parthkumar Surit of Amherst created a magnificent art piece with acrylic paint.


Junior David Bloom of Amherst created a piece called “Weave Drawing” with pencil and ink.


Senior Julia Ohle of Firelands used watercolor pencils to make her masterpiece, called “Hydrangea Study.”


Photos by Valerie Urbanik | Civitas Media

Nearly 130 art pieces were entered into the 32nd Annual Lorain County High School Art Exhibit this month. Ten high schools in the county are participating in this year’s event at the Elyria Public Library including Amherst Steele, Firelands, and Wellington. Visitors will have an opportunity to vote for the People’s Choice Award and the students are also competing for the title of Best of Show. Winners will be announced Tuesday, Nov. 17.

Amherst’s Madison Reynolds used a pen to create her masterpiece.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/43/2015/11/web1_IMG_4651.jpgAmherst’s Madison Reynolds used a pen to create her masterpiece.

Freshman Alex Brill of Firelands used colored pencils and ink to create a piece he calls “Zentagle Mandala.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/43/2015/11/web1_IMG_4653.jpgFreshman Alex Brill of Firelands used colored pencils and ink to create a piece he calls “Zentagle Mandala.”

Parthkumar Surit of Amherst created a magnificent art piece with acrylic paint.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/43/2015/11/web1_IMG_4666.jpgParthkumar Surit of Amherst created a magnificent art piece with acrylic paint.

Junior David Bloom of Amherst created a piece called “Weave Drawing” with pencil and ink.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/43/2015/11/web1_IMG_4668.jpgJunior David Bloom of Amherst created a piece called “Weave Drawing” with pencil and ink.

Senior Julia Ohle of Firelands used watercolor pencils to make her masterpiece, called “Hydrangea Study.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/43/2015/11/web1_IMG_4670.jpgSenior Julia Ohle of Firelands used watercolor pencils to make her masterpiece, called “Hydrangea Study.”

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