Winners of the annual Delaware County High School Art Show have been selected.

Winners of the annual Delaware County High School Art Show have been selected.

The exhibit of more than 200 entries from nine Delaware County high schools is at the Delaware County Cultural Arts Center, also known as the Arts Castle. This year, because of funding awarded to the Arts Castle by a PNC Arts Alive grant, the first-place winners in each of eight categories received $150 of scholarship money. Winner of the Best in Show entry received $250.

Taylor Dorsey of Olentangy Liberty High School (OLHS) won the Best of Show award for her ceramic Beatrix Potter-themed chess set.

Other winners included, for painting, first, Rachel Held (OLHS); second, Gina Pisto (OLHS); and third, Taylor Holibaugh (Olentangy High School).

Drawing, first, Dylan Frim (Olentangy Orange High School); second, Anders Aller (Buckeye Valley High School); and third, Caley Dorsey (OLHS).

Mixed media, first, Alex Blake (OLHS); second, Shannon Hill (BVHS); and third, Danny Henderson (Big Walnut High School).

Ceramics, first, Taylor Conrad (OHS); second, Matt Swisher (Hayes High School); and third, Caley Dorsey (OLHS).

Sculpture, first, Kara Robinson (BVHS); Kirsten Gross (BVHS); and third, Natalie Green (OOHS).

Wearable art, first, Alyssa Ferguson (OOHS); second, Gena Fausel (Village Academy); and third, Lauren Collins (OLHS).

Photography, first, Peter Bedrosian (OOHS); second, Samantha Reed (HHS); and third, Cheyenne Emery (BVHS).

Digital art, first, Phillip Cheesman (OLHS); second, Paige McKitrick (BVHS); and third, Kate Tribble (OLHS).

Jurors' Choice: first, Harlee Mollenkopf (HHS); and second, John Nnyanzi (OOHS).

Jurors this year were Carolyn Heffelfinger of Wingspread Gallery in Sunbury and Tim Frederich of Frederich Pottery (also known as Dublin Pottery).

The show will be open through Feb. 24 at the Arts Castle, 190 W. Winter St., Delaware. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For more information, call (740) 369-2787.