Nhan’s artwork medals at stateFree Access


While she didn’t get the top award, Port Aransas High School student Amy Nhan did medal at a state-level art competition on Saturday, April 27.

Nhan, a senior, earned the honor for a colored-pencil drawing she created, titled “Grades of Meat.”

Results of the Texas Art Education Association competition were revealed during an event at San Marcos High School.

Top finishers received what is known as a Gold Seal Award. Others medaled, and still others didn’t get medals.

Nhan’s work medaled at a regional event at Gregory-Portland High School on March 2. A total of 33,000 artworks were judged at regional competitions around the state. Of those, only about 2,300 went on to state. Some 165 artworks received gold seals at state.

Nhan is the daughter of Tina and Tony Nhan of Port Aransas.

(Watch for more in the May 2 edition of the South Jetty.)

One response to “Nhan’s artwork medals at state”

  1. Jeb says:

    Congrats Amy!

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