Clinton Community College has announced the winners of the 2024 High School Fine Arts Day , part of the Community College Month celebration.  Area students were invited to submit their artwork in three categories – painting, drawing, and graphic design.  Winners of each categories received a 3-credit on campus art course funded through the CCC Paul B. Sharar Foundation.

Clinton Community College President Dr. Brian Kelly commented, “We were amazed at the participation this year. Over 50 works were submitted, and the quality was exceptional. I hope these students keep producing art!”

The CCC Fine Arts Committee chairperson is Librarian Courtney Pritchard who stated, “Thank you to the talented students who submitted their works and made this event a success. We can’t wait to see what talented submissions we receive next year.”  

Suspicious Twins by Allison Gilmore, West Carroll High School
Suspicious Twins by Allison Gilmore, West Carroll High School



  1. Allison Gilmore: “Suspicious Twins” West Carroll (Sophomore)
  2. Daria Prymachova: “Untitled” (snail piece) Central Dewitt (Senior)

Graphic Arts:

  1. Audry Wilke: “Whale” Central Dewitt (Sophomore)
  2. Megan Daniels: “Let’s Rock” Central Dewitt (Freshman)


  1. Mereck Fuller: “Painting of Coco” Clinton High (Senior)
  2. Audriana Guldner: “Sunsets in the Mountains” Central Dewitt  (Freshman)

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