Washington County Career Center Fall Art Contest
December 18, 2023
School Resource Officer H. Derkin implemented an art contest for all interested students at WCCC this past fall. Participants submitted projects from the following themes: Digital Art, Skills Art, and Traditional Art. Several students participated and there were some very creative projects submitted.
The artwork was judged by all Washington County Sheriff’s Office SRO’s. Emma Brooker, of Fort Frye High School, was the winner for Digital Art. Madeline Garber, of Belpre High School, was the winner for Skills Art. Naomi Lee Oliver, of Marietta High School, was the winner for Traditional Art. Their artwork is on display in the Washington County Courthouse Annex. Great job to all of the students who participated!
Madeline Garber “The Wreath” from Belpre High School in the Welding Program
Goals after high school: ”As a senior in the welding program at the Washington County Career Center I hope to graduate in the top of my program. After graduation I hope to join one of the local unions apprenticeships in the area. This may include but is not limited to the sheet metal, pipefitters and ironworkers”.
Naomi Lee Oliver “A Stroll Through Autumn” from Marietta High School in the Graphic Design and Video Production Program
Goals after high school: “I plan to attend college with a major in Arts to pursue my career as a Graphic Designer. I plan to further my education through graduate programs or seeks opportunities to exhibit my work. I intend to use the certification I received rom the Washington County Career Center towards my college education, and join the workforce as soon as I can”.
Emma Brooker “A Marietta Fall” from Fort Frye High School in the Graphic Design and Video Production Program
Goals after high school: I plan to go to college and major in Graphic Design and minor in Marketing and hopefully become a head graphic designer for a major company”.
Other participants in the contest are below showing their project.