Students from 15 schools in west central Indiana competed in the 34th annual d’Arlier Trust Spring Art Show on April 19-25 in Veedersburg. Four Riverton Parke High School students won a total of nine awards in six of the show’s 20 categories.
The d’Arlier show is held annually in the home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright protégé, Robert Spencer, and is funded through the trust established by George and Sina d’Arlier.
n Senior Page Fetter earned first, second and third place awards in visual design. She also received a blue ribbon in pastel and charcoal drawing, and an honorable mention in non-ceramic sculpture.
• Junior Taylor Guoli received an honorable mention in hand-built ceramics.
• Junior Kemp Harper was awarded third place in pastel and charcoal drawing.
• Junior Wyatt Lawson received an honorable mention in ink drawing and a third place in digital art.
“Each of these students has put in a great deal of time, working independently to develop their ideas and skills,” said Janet Cole, RP art teacher.