Work by Butler County student artists on display until March 23

The Middletown Arts Center’s current exhibit in the main gallery is a collection of work by area students ages 13-18 titled “Tomorrow’s Artist Today.” The exhibit is on display through March 23. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

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The Middletown Arts Center’s current exhibit in the main gallery is a collection of work by area students ages 13-18 titled “Tomorrow’s Artist Today.” The exhibit is on display through March 23. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

The Middletown Arts Center’s current exhibit in the main gallery is a collection of work by area students ages 13-18 titled “Tomorrow’s Artist Today.”

Winners is several divisions were recently announced for the exhibit that is on display through March 23.

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“TOMORROW’S ARTIST TODAY” EXHIBITION WINNERS

Best of Show:

  • Makayla Litteral for her entry titled "Unrealistic Flower." Litteral is a student at Middletown Christian School.

Drawing:

  • First place: Dominic Grime, Badin High School
  • Second place: Drew Laker, Lakota East Freshman School
  • Third place: Dominic Grime, Badin High School

Mixed media:

  • First place: Caleb Krebs, Middletown High School
  • Second place: Thomas O'Hair, Middletown High School
  • Third place: Maddie Maccio, Badin High School

Oils/acrylics:

  • First place: Ryan Sulesky, Bishop Fenwick High School
  • Second place: Kaitlynne Burton, Preble Shawnee High School
  • Third place: Emma Wethington, Badin High School

Photography:

  • First place: Franky Hernandez, Badin High School
  • Second place: Luke Jones, homeschool
  • Third place: Claire DeHart, Middletown Christian School

Watercolor:

  • First place: Dominic Grime, Badin High School
  • Second place: Alloriana DeHaven, Middletown High School
  • Third place: Lindsey Doerger, Badin High School

The Middletown Arts Center is located at 130 N. Verity Parkway. Click here for exhibit hours

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