All branches will be closed on Sunday, May 27, and Monday, May 28 for Memorial Day. eBooks, eAudio, and eMagazines are available 24/7!

19th Annual Teen Art Show Winners

Winners of the 19th Annual Teen Art Show

The 19th Annual Teen Art Show is ourlargest show ever!

A total of 136 pieces of art were submitted (42 in grades 9-10,95 in grades 11-12,) and atotal of 94 artists participated (29 in grades 9-10,65 in grades 11-12).

The show continues in the Headquarters Atrium Gallery through March 25.

And the winners are ...

View this slideshow for all winning works. You can also view all winning works on Flickr.

Grades 11-12

Best in Show:

Rachel Cochrane for The Cellist, Massaponax High School, Grade 12

First Place:

Ilene Martin for Determination, Colonial Forge High School, Grade 12

Second Place:

Christopher Poole for Long Live Steelo, Massaponax High School, Grade 12

Third Place:

Bridget Stadelmyer for Time Overwhelms, Stafford High School,Grade 11

Honorable Mention:

Isabella Dillon for A Coveting, Massaponax High School,Grade 11

Elena Fandrich for Youth, Chancellor High School, Grade 11

Megan Flues for My Root Vibes, Massaponax High School,Grade 11

Jessica Hurt for Untitled, Colonial Beach High School, Grade 12

Michelle Irvin for Master of the House, Massaponax High School,Grade 12

Emma Lewis for Red, James Monroe High School, Grade 12

Taylor Rinker for The Perfect Man, Massaponax High School,Grade 12

Emily Simmonds for Double Vision, Mountain View High School, Grade 11

Grades 9-10

First Place (tie):

Renee McGee for Le Libre Esprit, Mountain View High School,Grade 10

Dylan Wilson for Roller, North Stafford High School, Grade 10

Third Place:

Kaylee Wallace for No One Mourns the Wicked, Massaponax High School, Grade 10

Honorable Mention:

Yuwei Chen for Slice of Rainbow, Washington & Lee High School, Grade 10

Renee McGee for The Stone House, Manassas Battlefield, Mountain View High School, Grade 10

Skyler Stahl for Suburban Legend, Massaponax High School, Grade 9