Several Worcester Prep Art Students Place In 2018 Eastern Shore Classic Dog Show Art Contest

Several Worcester Prep Art Students Place In 2018 Eastern Shore Classic Dog Show Art Contest

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Worcester Prep Middle and Upper School art teacher George Zaiser, right, is pictured is with middle and upper school art show winners, from left, sixth graders Angeline Todorov, first place, Reserve Best in Show. Jayden Scopp, second place, and Sydney Tingle, third place; eighth graders Luke Loeser, second place, and Cooper Ludt, fourth place; ninth graders Hannah Brasure, first place, Ava Nally, fourth place; 10 grader Hannah Perdue, first place, Pathos Award, Peoples’ Choice Award; 11th grader Damiana Colley, second place; and 12th grader Dakin Moore, fourth place.

Several Worcester Prep art students placed in the 2018 Eastern Shore Classic Dog Show Art Contest, which connects student and canine through artistic expression. Students in lower school art teacher Rebecca Tittermary’s and middle/upper school art teacher George Zaiser’s classes placed in all but two categories, capturing five first place ribbons and four top honors including Reserve Best in Show Award, Pathos Award, and two Peoples’ Choice Awards.  Winners were selected based on their interpretation of “Dogs, Man’s Best friend” by a panel of judges which included local artists, art educators, and AKC judges. Pictured, above left back row, are WPS Head of Lower School Laura Holmes; Jerome E. Milko, event chair of Eastern Shore Classic Dog Show; and Lower School Art Teacher

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Capturing top honors for middle school were Angeline Todorov, left, Reserve Best in Show. Taking the top high school prize was Hannah Perdue, Pathos Award, Peoples’ Choice Award.

Rebecca Tittermary; and front, second grader Jaden Washington, third place; third graders Ariana Cornescu, first place, Ellie Phillips, second place, Harper Hertrich, fourth place, and Lexi Davis, honorable mention; fourth graders Haven Harrison, first place, Ipsha Maharjan, second place, Chase Burbage, third place, Bella Fernley, fourth place, and Cora Conway and Joe Palmisano, honorable mentions; fifth graders Hailey Bushnell, second place and Peoples’ Choice Award, Sydney Todorov, third place, and Priya Haldar, fourth place.