Boyne’s Elizabeth Mansfield takes 2nd place in Crooked Tree Arts show

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Boyne City High School junior Elizabeth Mansfield took second place in the Crooked Tree Arts Center Youth Art Show with her painting “Inspired by Canines and Colors.”

On Saturday April 16, Crooked Tree Arts Center-Petoskey’s Annual Youth Art Show opened.

The artwork of students in the Charlevoix-Emmet County School District will be on display through Saturday May 7.

The winning artists were announced during the show’s opening reception by CTAC Executive Director and President, Liz Ahrens.

The following includes the winning artists from Best in Show to Honorable Mentions.

Best in Show: Sally Chadwick McKenzie Memorial Award

Meghan Casey, 12th Grade, Pellston High School

Louise Herlocher Memorial Award 3-D

Ezekiel Short, 10th Grade, Pellston High School

1st Place – Gretchen Gough, 12th Grade, Pellston High School

2nd Place – Elizabeth Mansfield, 11th Grade, Boyne City High School

3rd Place – Emma Rockwell, 10th Grade, Harbor Springs High School

Honorable Mentions:
• Emily Zabawa, 12th Grade, Charlevoix High School
• Irah Dhaseleer, 12th Grade, Charlevoix High School
• Cameron Bayliss, 10th Grade, Harbor Springs High School
• Jasmine Carson, 12th Grade, Lakeview Academy
• Amadeus Foster, 5th Grade, Petoskey Ottawa Elementary School
• Ben Vander Ark, 11th Grade, Ellsworth Public Schools
• Ariel McClellan, 8th Grade, Charlevoix Montessori Academy for the Arts

For more information on the Youth Arts Show and the Youth Arts Festival, contact the Crooked Tree Arts Center at (231) 347-4337 or visit www.crookedtree.org.

Boyne City High School junior Elizabeth Mansfield took second place in the Crooked Tree Arts Center Youth Art Show with her painting “Inspired by Canines and Colors.”
Boyne City High School junior Elizabeth Mansfield took second place in the Crooked Tree Arts Center Youth Art Show with her painting “Inspired by Canines and Colors.”