Franklin G. Burroughs – Simon B Chapin Art Museum in Myrtle Beach, SC, Announces Awards from Horry-Georgetown County High Schools “18th Annual Juried Art Exhibition”

Out of 302 submitted works of art from 12 high schools in Horry and Georgetown Counties, 80 works of art were selected to be shown in the Horry-Georgetown County High Schools “18th Annual Juried Art Exhibition”, on view through May 21, 2017. This year, full-time artist and owner of William H. Miller Studios & Fine Art in Myrtle Beach, Miller, judged both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works, each category receiving a first, second and third place ribbon, as well as a Best in Show and eight honorable mentions.

We are honored to announce this year’s winners:


Timothy Hunter with his work “Girl with Two Pearl Earrings”

2017 Best in Show – Timothy Hunter, “Girl with Two Pearl Earrings”, Oil, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

The Sudie Payne Daves’ Memorial Scholarship Award – Caitey Ronan, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

2D Awards:

1st Place – Caitey Ronan, “A Saturday Afternoon with My Love”, Chalk pastel, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

2nd Place – Jenna Wasserman, “The Cycle”, Mixed media, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

3rd Place – Megan Wert, “Taylor Rice”, Mixed media, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

Honorable mention for outstanding use of traditional materials:

Marissa Forestiero, “Island Yoga”, Graphite, St. James High School

Honorable mention for outstanding use of non-traditional materials:

Haven Wright – “Thread of Life,” Fiber. Carolina Forest High School

Honorable mention for most thought-provoking work of art:

Kimberly Miner – “Reflection”, Mixed media, Socastee High School

3D Awards:


Work by Alexis Gagnon

1st Place – Alexis Gagnon, “Bulldog”, Ceramic, Carolina Forest High School

2nd Place – Bryan Browning, “Hang Tin”, Metal, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

3rd Place – Kyle Blandford, “Prisoners of Mind”, Sculpey, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

Honorable mention for outstanding use of traditional materials:

Camron Cooper – “Scorpio”, Metal, Loris High School

Honorable mention for outstanding use of non-traditional materials:

Graciana Miers – “Porcine Irony”, Wire sculpture wrapped in sausage casing, St. James High School

Honorable Mention for most thought-provoking work of art:

Caroline Long – “Not Funeral Flowers”, Mixed media, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

Carolyn Powell Award for most effective use of color:

Camila Familia – “Los Cangrejos”, Watercolor, St. James High School

Judge’s Choice (sponsored by the WACG):

Henry Wong – “ChikapKamuy”, digital scratch board, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

Juror’s Choice:

Skyler Lee – “Pull from the Roots”, Mixed media, Academy for the Arts, Science, and Technology

Voting for our 2017 People’s Choice Award is now open! Visit the Horry-Georgetown County High Schools “18th Annual Juried Art Exhibition” at the Art Museum and view all 80 works of art! Vote for the work of art that you would like to see take home the coveted People’s Choice Award anytime through May 21, 2017! The winner will be announced at the end of the exhibition.

Thanks you to our judge, William H. Miller, and our generous sponsors: HTC This is life. Connect with it, and Sandy Hubbard and Thomas Logan

For further information call the Museum at 843/238-2510 or visit (www.MyrtleBeachArtMuseum.org).

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