Student artists, writers shine at Mathews Woman’s Club show

- Posted on Feb 12, 2014 - 03:15 PM
Photo: Hayley Burns of North reads aloud from her daughter Charley’s story “Merry’s Point,” which won second place in the Mathews Woman’s Club writing contest. Hayley (holding baby Bo) and her husband Chuck are pictured with Charley (center) and Charley’s classmate Gabrielle Lewis. Photo by Charlie Koenig

Hayley Burns of North reads aloud from her daughter Charley’s story “Merry’s Point,” which won second place in the Mathews Woman’s Club writing contest. Hayley (holding baby Bo) and her husband Chuck are pictured with Charley (center) and Charley’s classmate Gabrielle Lewis. Photo by Charlie Koenig

Photo: Emily Lewis, who won the Best in Show award for Lee-Jackson Elementary School students, receives a gift certificate for an art class at the Bay School for the Arts from Jamie Callis, chairman of the Mathews Woman’s Club Fine Arts and Writing Show, which was held on Sunday at the clubhouse on Route 14. Photo by Charlie Koenig

Emily Lewis, who won the Best in Show award for Lee-Jackson Elementary School students, receives a gift certificate for an art class at the Bay School for the Arts from Jamie Callis, chairman of the Mathews Woman’s Club Fine Arts and Writing Show, which was held on Sunday at the clubhouse on Route 14. Photo by Charlie Koenig

The annual Mathews County Woman’s Club Fine Arts and Writing Show was held on Sunday afternoon at the clubhouse on Route 14.
 
Winning ribbons from Lee-Jackson Elementary School were:
 
For 13”x16” color drawing—Blue, Cole Wheeler; Red, Annabelle Morgan, and Yellow, Emily Lewis;
 
For 12”x19” landscape—Blue, Chelsea Lowe; Red, Jordan Hunley, and Yellow, Greg Hutcheson and Riley Bell;
 
For 14”x20” collage—Blue, Gavin Haydon; Red, Emily Jarvis, and Yellow, Brandon McKee;
 
For 12”x26” landscape—Blue, Emily Lewis, Red, Dylan Gibson, and Yellow, Aaliyah Henderson and Savannah Smith.