Steamship Authority Announces Winners of First Art Contest

Falmouth High School student Elizabeth Bressoud with her art submission.

Falmouth High School student Elizabeth Bressoud with her art submission.

HYANNIS – The Steamship Authority announced the winners of their inaugural art contest at a reception at the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum on Thursday.

The contest was open to kids in grades K-12 living in Falmouth, Woods Hole, Hyannis, New Bedford, Fairhaven, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.

Following a round of judging by a panel of experts, thirteen submissions were selected to be showcased in a 2017 calendar, with one image for each month and one for the cover.

Falmouth High School student Elizabeth Bressoud’s art piece was selected as one of the 13 submissions.

“My art teacher told me on the last day of school and it was kind of a rushed thing, so I actually did it in 20 minutes,” said Bressoud.

The winning artwork will be featured in the front Steamship Authority’s 2017 calendar and was exhibited at the reception.

Nearly 200 students submitted their artwork, which was inspired by the theme “Sail Into Imagination”.

“We just wanted to tap into the creative side of some of our younger customers,” said Kimberlee McHugh, Director of Marketing for the Steamship Authority.

The thirteen winners are:

Eloise Baker, Grade 4, Teaticket Elementary School – Falmouth

Victoria Johnson, Grade 9, Falmouth High School

Elizabeth Bressoud, Grade 11, Falmouth High School

Gabrielle Keeler-Thomas, Grade 5, Barnstable United Elementary School

Lethicia Diniz, Grade 1, Mullen Hall Elementary – Falmouth

Luke Okoshi-Michel, Grade 1, Cape Cod Academy

Tori Dixon, Grade 8, Cyrus Pierce Middle School – Nantucket

Willa Phillips, Grade 8, Cyrus Pierce Middle School – Nantucket

Julia Duzynski, Grade 4, St. Joseph School – Fairhaven

Eric Ringer, Grade 6, Nantucket New School

Alexa Garthee, Grade 4, Barnstable United Elementary School

Mallory Rocheleau, Grade 6, Normandin Middle School – New Bedford

Alivia Varetimos, Grade 6, Barnstable Intermediate School


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