Art students recognized for achievements in various competitions
Student art gallery and trophies.
GlobalArt USA held its 2012 Annual Competition Award Ceremony on Sunday, May 19th at Brindavan Banquet Hall in Alpharetta, GA. Starting the event promptly at 4pm, GlobalArt Director Sudha Gopalakrishnan addressed the proud parents and excited students. The competition had been held earlier during the week in each of the three GlobalArt locations. This year’s theme, “Healthy Living,” was chosen to help spark creative thought about what encompasses a healthy lifestyle.
Students were split into three groups depending on their artistic level. Group A focuses on coloring, blending, and shading techniques. Group B focuses on intermediate coloring, blending, and shading as well as basic drawing techniques. Group C requires students to fully compose their artwork, requiring advanced coloring techniques as well as full-fledged drawing.
Annual Competition winners.
Group A: Akilan Ganesan, Champion. Risha Kasala, 2nd place. Zoya Bharwani, 3rd place. Honorable Mention: Tanvi Pamulapati, Aalish Bhudani, Srilaasya Rambabu, Aditi Srikant, and Amrutha Dhulpudi.
Group B: Achintya Inumarty, Champion. Urja Atre, 2nd place. Sruthi Yerraguntla, 3rd place. Honorable Mention: Meghana Ramineni, Aditya Palliyil, Ananya Theneti, Srijyothi Gogulamudi, and Nooree Husnani.
Group C: Muskan Raghuwanshi, Champion. Maitri Patel, 2nd place. Rasika Venkateswaran, 3rd place. Honorable Mention: Julianne Austin, Mayank Raghuwanshi, Pooja Manekar, and Aparna Arul.
Students who achieved in art outside of GlobalArt in competitions such as the PTSA Reflections contest, Balvihar, Fulton Soil Conservation, Forsyth Public Works and other community events were recognized.
Anoushka Misra was also recognized for winning the State Level in the Doodle4Google competition. Around 25 other students who achieved in art outside of GlobalArt in competitions such as the PTSA Reflections contest, Balvihar, Fulton Soil Conservation, Forsyth Public Works, and other community events were also recognized.
The Ceremony wrapped up at 6pm with refreshments from Brindavan Indian Cuisine. Congratulations to all!
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