The Art students of Chatham High School had an impressive showing at the Teen Arts Festival located at the County College of Morris in Randolph on May 20. Twenty five pieces were chosen to enter the juried art show from the five hundred plus CHS Art students. Being chosen for the show was an honor. The juried show spotlighted the artwork of all Morris County High Schools.
Of the 200 pieces that were judged, Chatham walked away with 11 of the top honors. Chatham tied Butler High School for most ribbons received.
Receiving Gold Medals: Phoebe Nichols for her painting titled “Chair” and Amanda Leyens, a painting, “Bjorn & Suki.”
Receiving Blue Ribbons: Kelly Anderson, a drawing, “At the Tea Party,” Veronica Kelly, jewelry piece, “Puzzle,” Filipe Narvaez, graphic design, “Fragments,” and Joseph Alfano for his ceramic sculpture “Kudu.”
Receiving Red Ribbons: Hannah Wetter, a charcoal drawing, “What am I thinking About?” Jack Michalek, a charcoal drawing, “Self Portrait,” Caroline Hoerner, a painting, “Fishy Fishy,” Stephanie Crater, a jewelry piece, “Heart,” Marissa Marino, jewelry piece, “Bearing.”
Many other students received honorable mentions.