Zimmerman High School art students made another impressive appearance at the annual Granite Ridge Art Competition, earning 17 ratings of Excellent and Superior out of 20 artworks at the May 11 event at Little Falls High School.

Chloe Kasper, a junior, earned a first-place All Conference Award in Drawing with her ink and charcoal drawing, “Leaving Jay Cooke.”

Joining her in one of the All-Conference spots was freshman Sophia Smith with a graphite and colored pencil portrait, “All Laced Up.”

Art teacher Tina Kryduba said the school’s high school art program is losing “an amazingly hardworking group of talented seniors this year, but we have a phenomenal group of young high school artists that we would like to encourage to continue in the visual arts throughout high school.”

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