One art show to end, another to begin

PHOTO SUBMITTED Julia Reinhart, a student at New Riegel High School, is pictured with her drawing that won Best of Show in Tiffin Art Guild’s 2019 high school student art exhibition.

Tiffn Art Guild opened its “Anything Goes” 2019 high school student art exhibition with a reception Feb. 3. TAG received 87 pieces of art from 48 students representing four high schools: Calvert, Hopewell-Loudon, New Riegel and Columbian.

A drawing by Julia Reinhart of New Riegel High School was named Best of Show. Additional high school winners are as follows:

• First Place Mixed Media, Jack Shultz, Calvert.

• First Place Photography, Maggie Bremyer, Columbian.

• First Place Computer Graphics, Nina Cortez, Columbian.

• First Place Painting, Koryn Morlock, Columbian.

• First Place Ceramics, Alyssa Hepperly, Columbian.

• First Place Sculpture, Aaron Rombach, Calvert.

• First Place Drawing, Chloe Mack, Columbian.

The high school art is to remain on display until Saturday in the TAG gallery, 130 S. Washington St. The hours are noon-4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

As “Anything Goes” runs to a close, entries are being accepted for the next art show, “Featured Creatures.” Entries for this animal-themed exhibit must be dropped of this Friday and Saturday during regular hours at the TAG gallery.

An opening reception and awards ceremony is set for 4-6 p.m. Feb. 23. “Featured Creatures” is to run through March 30. For information about TAG, its classes and events, visit www.tiffinartguild.org or call (419) 443-0478.