TAUNY exhibits art by 13 Salmon River Central students, one of whom took a top prize in her respective category
Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - 6:43 am

Front, from left, Savanah Russell, Sierra Riley, Kahentase Terrance, Linzy Arquette, Avery Oakes, Jarrett St. Ann and Layla Mayville. Back, Jenifer Backus, Riane Richichi, Lauren Martin, Colonie Gray, Kaylee Adams, Caroline Russell and Adriana Reardon.

CANTON -- Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY) exhibited art by 13 Salmon River Central students, one of whom took a top prize in her respective category.

Adriana Reardon received first place in the high school collage for her self-portrait "Chillin'," earning a certificate and $50.

Kaylee Adams also received a Heart Award for her photograph "Steps."

The winners from the middle school included seventh-grader Jayden Lazore (Committee Award with a stained glass ornament), sixth-graders Jarrett St. Ann (honorable mention with $25) and Sierra Riley (Heart Award medal).

Salmon River students exhibited this year include:

Adriana Reardon, grade 12, "Chillin'" (collage)

Colonie Gray, grade 10, "Creased" (drawing)

Lauren Martin, grade 10, "Patterns in Nature" (drawing)

Riane Richichi, grade 10 "Manzana"(drawing)

Kaylee Adams, grade 12, "Steps" (photograph)

Caroline Russell, Grade 12, "Colors" (photograph)

Linzy Arquette, seventh grade, mixed media still-life

Kahentase Terrance, seventh grade, mixed media still-life

Savanah Russell, seventh grade, mixed media still-life

Jayden Lazore, seventh grade, mixed media still-life

Sierra Riley, sixth grade, oil pastel dog portrait

Jarrett St. Ann, sixth grade, oil pastel dog portrait

Avery Oakes, sixth grade, color pencil dog portrait