A total of 24 students from Martha’s Vineyard earned recognition for their work in this year’s Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, an annual statewide competition.

The Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School was well represented with 19 students receiving awards, including six gold keys — the top prize. One student from the Martha's Vineyard Public Charter School received an honorable mention for illustration and drawing.

Students submitted work across the art and design disciplines, including ceramics, digital art, painting, photography, writing and video game design.

Jenna Joseph won a gold key for her illustration Tantalus Temptation. — Jenna Joseph

Seniors Jenna Joseph, Gabriella Silva and Simone Davis, and freshman Maisie Sherman all won a gold key, with senior Juliane Joseph winning two gold keys.

There were eight silver keys and 17 honorable mentions.

Gold key winners will move on to national judging at the Scholastic Art Awards in New York city in March. National medalists will be announced on March 16.

In March, the six gold key works will be exhibited at Breed Memorial Hall at Tufts University. A local exhibition will take place at the high school library conference room during the month of March.

The list of winners follows.


Gold Keys

Simone Davis, grade 12, Not Enough TV (photography)

Jenna Joseph, grade 12, Tantalus’ Temptation (painting)

Julianne Joseph, grade 12, Connect, (photography)

Julianne Joseph, grade 12, Party Favor (photography)

Maisie Sherman, grade 9, Shadow (photography)

Gabriella Silva, grade 12, Dolls (photography)


Silver Keys

Adrienne Christy, grade 9, Fissure #1 (ceramics & glass)

Simone Davis, grade 12, Bird’s-Eye View (photography)

Skyla Harthcock, grade 12, Droplets (photography)

Juan Sanchez-Roa and Greg Pyden, grade 12, Escape Cove: Rise of the Machines (video game design )

Rachel Salop, grade 11, Take-Out Window (short story)

Olivia Schroeder, grade 12, Dad, I’m Cold (photography)

Margaret Sykes, grade 11, Doubt (photography)

Emily Weyl, grade 11, The Eyes of the Wisest (photography)


Honorable Mentions

Silas Abrams, grade 10, Sea Vessel #2 (ceramics & glass)

Zander Amaral, grade 11, The Blue Spittoon (ceramics & glass)

Wyatt Belisle, grade 12 Observed in the Street (photography)

Kayleigh Bollin, grade 10, Aftermath of Dance Competitions (photography)

Chloe Cywinski, grade 11, Japanese Learning Game (video game design)

Emily DeSouza, grade 10, Collarbone (photography)

Hannah Hagen, grade 11 Charter School, (illustration and drawing)

Jenna Joseph, grade 12, Purging the Vomitorium (art portfolio)

Kya Maloney, grade 12, Cancun Shoreline (painting)

Oliver Metters, grade 12, Tall Textured Vase (ceramics & glass)

Hannah Murphy, grade 9, Tea Time (photography)

Isaac Richards, grade 11, Sculpture (ceramics & glass)

Summer Riordon, grade 10, Real (digital art)

Kinley Rinzin, grade 9 View Of The World From Above, (photography)

Rachel Salop, grade 11, On Your Man (photography)

Emily Weyl, grade 11, Layers of Life (photography)

Emily Weyl, grade 11, Herbie the Lonely Bug (photography)

Emily Weyl, grade 11, Wrinkles in Time (photography)