Virtual display celebrates student artists
Posted on 04/24/2020
Virtual display celebrates student artists

Like in years past, students throughout the district competed in the Orlando Utilities Commission's annual Water Color Project. 

Students showcase their artistic talents painting rain barrels, which are then showcased in the annual H2Show that highlights the need for conservation and restoration.

In normal years, people could see the exhibit at the City Arts Factory; but, due to the statewide Safe-at-Home order to stop the spread of COVID-19, the show is virtual. 

Check out OUC’s video to see all of the great art on display - from the comfort of your home. If you know any of the category winners - give them a kind and congratulatory shout out on a job well done.

The six categories and the winners:

Best Barrel Overall – Odyssey Middle School

Teacher: Alice Landry

Students: Ivy Ho and Daviana Morales

City Arts Factory Choice – Odyssey Middle School

Teacher: Alice Landry

Students: Ivy Ho and Daviana Morales 

Most Creative – Blanker Middle

Teacher: Stephanie Villiotis

Students: Georgia Hungerford

Best City of Orlando/Orange County Theme – Lake Nona High School

Teacher: Sabrina Massoni

Students: Kylin Olinger, Carmen Neill, Christopher Malave, Fabiana Rios

Best Florida Theme – Avalon Middle School

Teacher: Shelley Salt

Students: Natalie Craiker, Perrey Knickle, Ana Clara Atunes, Ryan Hurley, Madelyn Holder

Best Water Conservation Theme – Discovery Middle School

Teacher: Felicia K. Baker Roberts

Students: Juliana Le, Lola Pacheco, Alaa Umran, Mya Kretchman