Their prize works of art

Rutherglen Reformer - - Memory Lane - Mur­ray Spooner

Ruther­glen High School pupils were among the main win­ners at art com­pe­ti­tions in Ed­in­burgh and Glas­gow.

S5 student Ni­cole Hen­der­son pro­duced a fan­tas­tic piece of art­work that won her one of the ma­jor prizes in the Schools Art Award 2017, or­gan­ised by Friends of the Royal Scot­tish Acad­emy. The teenager trav­elled to the cap­i­tal to col­lect her prize at The Mound on March 30.

Evan Cle­ments, Tay­lor McCutcheon and Nathan Spencer scooped first, sec­ond and third prizes re­spec­tively in the Bridgeton Burns Club an­nual art com­pe­ti­tion in Glas­gow.

Ar­salan Hus­sain, Jamie McBride and Tay­lor McCutcheon were also highly com­mended for their en­tries to the Road Safety Cal­en­dar Awards.

Cap­i­tal award Ni­cole Hen­der­son went to Ed­in­burgh to col­lect her cer­tifi­cate

Win­ner Evan’s first prize paint­ing

Well done Evan Cle­ments with his cer­tifi­cate

Con­grat­u­la­tions Nathan Spencer who achieved third place

What a star Tay­lor McCutcheon was pleased with his prize

Sec­ond Tay­lor’s piece of work im­pressed the judges

Third place Nathan’s art made the top three

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