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Nine Kingswood Oxford Students Win Scholastic Arts Awards

"Flour Power," a Gold Key award winner by Naomi Letourneau '14 of West Hartford.
"Flour Power," a Gold Key award winner by Naomi Letourneau '14 of West Hartford.

Nine Kingswood Oxford students – including one student who won two awards – will be honored in the CT Regional Scholastic Art Awards ceremony at the University of Hartford’s Lincoln Theater on Jan. 26, 2014. This is the largest juried student art exhibition in the state.

Naomi Letourneau ’14, daughter of Steve and Karine Letourneau of West Hartford – received two Gold Keys for her photography. The other KO awards included two more Gold Keys, three Silver Keys, and three Honorable Mentions. Click here for a slideshow of the winning artwork.

The honored KO student-artists are:

  • Kennelly Allerton ’15, Unionville -- Honorable Mention, Painting
  • Max Bash ’14, West Hartford -- Silver Key Award, Photography
  • Jo-Ann Burke  ’17, Wethersfield -- Honorable Mention, Printmaking
  • Haley Carangelo ’18, West Hartford -- Gold Key Award, Sculpture
  • Payton Krupp ’15, Farmington -- Silver Key Award, Painting
  • Naomi Letourneau ’14, West Hartford – Two Gold Key Awards, Photography
  • Maeve McDonald ’19, West Hartford -- Silver Key Award, Printmaking
  • Joseph Ravalese ’15, West Hartford -- Honorable Mention, Painting
  • Olivia Whirty ’15, Avon -- Gold Key Award, Sculpture

Nurturing students’ artistic abilities is a critical component of a Kingswood Oxford education. Students who apply by Feb. 1 are eligible for merit scholarships; for more information, contact admissions@k-o.org or 860-727-5000.

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