Wahama artists honored


Five Wahama High School art students placed in the show at the West Virginia Black Walnut Festival recently. Pictured, from left, are Addisyn Williams, second place high school painting; Selene Aguirre, second place middle school drawing and second place middle school painting; Emma Haddox, second place high school photography; and Nikolas Roush, third place middle school painting. Pictured at the bottom is the high school honorable mention drawing work of Reese Roush, who was absent.

Five Wahama High School art students placed in the show at the West Virginia Black Walnut Festival recently. Pictured, from left, are Addisyn Williams, second place high school painting; Selene Aguirre, second place middle school drawing and second place middle school painting; Emma Haddox, second place high school photography; and Nikolas Roush, third place middle school painting. Pictured at the bottom is the high school honorable mention drawing work of Reese Roush, who was absent.


Mindy Kearns | Courtesy

Five Wahama High School art students placed in the show at the West Virginia Black Walnut Festival recently. Pictured, from left, are Addisyn Williams, second place high school painting; Selene Aguirre, second place middle school drawing and second place middle school painting; Emma Haddox, second place high school photography; and Nikolas Roush, third place middle school painting. Pictured at the bottom is the high school honorable mention drawing work of Reese Roush, who was absent.

Five Wahama High School art students placed in the show at the West Virginia Black Walnut Festival recently. Pictured, from left, are Addisyn Williams, second place high school painting; Selene Aguirre, second place middle school drawing and second place middle school painting; Emma Haddox, second place high school photography; and Nikolas Roush, third place middle school painting. Pictured at the bottom is the high school honorable mention drawing work of Reese Roush, who was absent.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/11/web1_11.13-Art.jpgFive Wahama High School art students placed in the show at the West Virginia Black Walnut Festival recently. Pictured, from left, are Addisyn Williams, second place high school painting; Selene Aguirre, second place middle school drawing and second place middle school painting; Emma Haddox, second place high school photography; and Nikolas Roush, third place middle school painting. Pictured at the bottom is the high school honorable mention drawing work of Reese Roush, who was absent. Mindy Kearns | Courtesy