On March 12, 33 students from Palmyra High School attended Culver-Stockton College’s Fine Arts Day. 

Students spent the day attending art workshops which included mediums like drawing, oil painting and digital art. 

Students also participated in a large juried art show that included work from 22 surrounding schools. 

Kiley Crabill was awarded first place in graphite pencil drawing. 

Lacy Moss won an honorable mention award for her floral watercolor painting. 

Emily Jeffery also won an honorable mention award for her linoleum block print entitled “Whale”. 

Students had a fun and educational day, and were able to view Impressionists works of art from Missouri artists in Culver’s Fine Arts Gallery. 

The students are under the art direction of Angi Mullhatten.