ILMS student’s artwork named state winner in contest

An Indian Lake Middle School student artist has claimed the highest accolade for junior high art in the state.

Cheyenne Hill art

Indian Lake Middle School student Cheyenne Hill stands with her Zentangle cityscape that was selected to be displayed at the Rhodes Office Tower in Columbus. (PHOTO | INDIAN LAKE SCHOOLS)


ILMS eighth-grader Cheyenne Hill was recently named the State Middle School Winner for Artistic Excellence in the 2018 Ohio Art Education Association Youth Art Month and The Young People’s Art Exhibition Contest for her entry, Color Theory Zentangle City.

The award was announced during a ceremony Saturday at the Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus. Cheyenne said she was surprised to win the prestigious award.

“Art is a favorite hobby. I like my class and I’ve done some 4-H projects involving art,” she said. “I really liked doing the zentangle design. Even though it took a lot of time, it came out really cool.”

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