Sarah Wagner plans on becoming a game artist and attending Full Sail University after high school.
The sophomore from Newton Falls received the award of Honorable Mention for her artwork in the seventh annual Student Art Exhibition at the Art Outreach Gallery at the Eastwood Mall.
Wagner plans on becoming a game artist and attending Full Sail University after high school.
Wagner said she enjoys drawing and writing books in her spare time. She has recently had a book published, "Prisoners to Fate," and is working on another book she hopes to also be published.
Since February, artwork from students throughout the Valley has been on display at the gallery.
According to a press release from the gallery, the teachers are the creators of the shows. They volunteer to inventory, hang and label the students work, plan the opening receptions and pick up the artwork. The teachers, art guilds, Key Clubs, National Honor Society students and others from the schools Gallery sit during hours of operation. If the students want to sell their artwork, the teachers are the contact person for the sales to occur.
If you go
Art Outreach Gallery
Eastwood Mall, next to Express
5 to 9 p.m. Friday, 1 to 9 Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday
Free and open to the public
Warren City and Joseph Badger Schools were featured through Sunday.