Recently, Ross School students proudly accepted awards for their contributions to the 11th LongHouse Reserve 2018 Student Annual. The winning pieces were selected from hundreds submitted by students from schools on Long Island’s East End based on trips they’d taken to Longhouse Reserve during the 2017–2018 academic year.
At a ceremony honoring the art competition, award recipients were called on stage to receive commendations, and guests enjoyed an open-air exhibition of the submissions. Bridgehampton High School’s marimba band provided a lively soundtrack for the afternoon.
Ross School dominated the drawing category. Naya Davison ’21 tied for third place in the drawing category for her piece Black Mirror, while Carina Felden ’20 tied for second in the same category for her piece inspired by foliage on the ground. The drawing of Feiyao (Coco) Han ’19 received an honorable mention.
Kehan Fan ’19 won first place in the printmaking category for his extension of an on-site sculpture, and Dong Xia ’20 won first place for a ceramics piece inspire by Tony Rosenthal’s sculpture Mandala. Paloma Lin ’19 received a third place win for her watercolor piece.
Congratulations to all winners!