Caden Harben with teacher and Principal Coker

As part of Youth Art Month, several students from Grissom High School recently had a number of art works on display at the Huntsville Museum of Art. Several students won awards in addition to Caden Harbin winning the Congressional Art Completion contest, which will have him travelling to Washington D.C! Congratulations to all the winners below who had their art on exhibit at the museum.

Congressional Art Completions Winners:

  • Caden Harbin, Grade 11: Winner: Photography (Teacher: John Wright)

  • Riley Mitchell, Grade 11: Honorable Mention: Painting (Teacher: Maggie Jobe)

  • Luis Diaz-Pinto, Grade 12: Honorable Mention: Printmaking (Teacher: Maggie Jobe)

  • Aharon Campsey, Grade 12: Honorable Mention: Drawing (Teacher: Brandi Good)

Visual Arts Achievements Award (VAA) Blue Ribbon Winners:

  • Riley Mitchell, Grade 11: Ceramics (Teacher: Chad Johnson)

  • Marion Yepma, Grade 11: Painting (Teacher: Maggie Jobe)

YAM Winners:

  • Rose Fleming, Grade 12: Painting (Teacher: Maggie Jobe)

  • Olivia Pilgrim, Grade 11: Photography (Teacher: John Wright)

  • Marion Yepma, Grade 11: Ceramics (Teacher: Chad Johnson)

  • Alice Parker, Grade 9: Oil Pastel (Teacher: Mary Colbert)

  • Kayla Bernico, Grade 10: Drawing (Teacher: Brandi Good)

  • Lynne Bell, Grade 11: Drawing (Teacher: Dalia Nawar)

Caden and Teacher with his Art

VAA Blue Ribbon Winners Group

One of the VAA Blue Ribbon winners shows off her opossum sculpture

Student art depicting a jellyfish

Student art depicting an animal, labeled Nanfurry

Various different pieces of colorful student art