2019 Art Exhibit Honors

High School Student Artists Earn Honors
This is the image for the news article titled High School Student Artists Earn HonorsStudent artists from Park Hill and Park Hill South high schools earned honors in the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art’s Regional High School Art Exhibition, which runs until April 7.

PHHS student Ajok Akoi received top honors, winning Best of Show recognition, for the pictured drawing.

The Park Hill High School art teachers are Mr. Mike Sweney, Ms. Kate Padberg, Ms. Jamie Littich and Ms. Rachel Hubbard, and the Park Hill South art teachers are Ms. Laura Lenhert, Ms. Callie Colvin, Ms. Katherine Thompson and Ms. Megan Carson.


Ajok Akoi, best of show; first place, multi-color drawing
Grace Jung, first place, monochromatic drawing
Teresa Thomas, first place, alternative
Isabella Torri, second place, painting
Rachel Pella, third place, ceramics

Students chosen for exhibition
Johnna Arnold, painting
Madison Auten, printmaking
Ashlyn Hanson, monochromatic drawing
Zeke Hobbs, printmaking
Sabrina Lane, ceramics
Sophia Martin, printmaking
Alexandra Alink Oude, drawing
Katelyn Robey, alternative
Chloe Schields, alternative
Anthony Torri, multi-color drawing

Park Hill South

Keely Seiter, first place, painting
Jordan Johns, second place, multi-media drawing 
Marcus Klein, second place, printmaking
Kierra Taylor, second place, mixed media 
Sadie Franklin, third place, multi-color drawing 
Sofia Gomez-Shepard, honorable mention, ceramic 
Amelia Lee, honorable mention, painting
Nate Maltbia, honorable mention, ceramic
Eliana Rosario, honorable mention, painting

Students chosen for exhibition
James Drumright, ceramics
Allegra Eccles, graphic design
Peyton Hughes, painting
Amy Hurley, color pencil
Jordan Johns, ceramics
Chloe Morales, mixed media
Amanda Reece, ceramics
Rylie Sims, ceramics
Hayley Simone, ceramics
Rob Traphagan, ceramics