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Sculpture

First place

Trees on the Island

Austin Chandler

10th Grade, MVRHS

The Island is home to lots of beautiful trees and foliage.  There are a number of amazing trees that are considered landmarks by Islanders, and we need to protect them.  This project represents all of the wonderful trees on the Island that we need to continue to protect because they are a huge part of our home.  The dirt you see at the base of my sculpture is from the Island.


Special Distinction

Monster Sculpture

Henry Jephcote

11th Grade, Charter School

This piece is based on my favorite part of the island, the woods. It symbolizes the connection between the environment and recycling. It is my attempt to illustrate that everything we have taken from the earth will eventually be recycled back into it.

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