Three Scofield Christian School students win awards for their art

Three students of Scofield Christian School have won awards at recent area art competitions.

Fifth-grader Brennan Boyd received first place at The State Fair of Texas’ Creative Arts competition in the Children’s Designer/Craftman contest. He created snowmen from glass and metal he collected while exploring with his family. “I walk with my family often and I collected the metal and glass I used on these walks with them at our old place,” Boyd said.

First-grader Amelia Thomas received an honorable mention in the Children’s Shoebox Float category in the The State Fair of Texas’ Creative Arts competition in the Children’s Shoebox Float contest. “I really like art and I was thinking about Big Tex and he inspired me,” she said.

Third-grader Ronnie Satterfield received first prize in the Nasher Sculpture Center “Make your Mark” city-wide summer art bookmark contest for the second- through fourth-grade category. Artists were instructed to design a bookmark inspired by their experiences at the Nasher Sculpture Center. “Trying to create and keep the design in the space allotted was challenging but the process was fun,” said Satterfield.

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