Photo courtesy of Bishop Lynch High School via Facebook.

Students at Bishop Lynch won awards for their art pieces in a recent TAPPS 6A competition.

Overall, the school placed fourth of six schools in the art competition, with 53.5 points.

Gabriel Moreno placed in the black and white category. “The Vocabulary of Line” won fifth place, and “Feelings Drawn From The Night” won sixth place.

Two students placed in the computer-rendered art category. Tiffany A. Shirley’s “Two Fishes Dancing In Their Bowl” won first place, and Lili Nelson’s “Dream Time” placed seventh.

In the painting category, two pieces by Maddie Nolan placed in the top eight. “Iguana” won fourth, and “Girl About Town” won sixth.

Ethan Ong’s “wyvern” won sixth in the sculpture category.

Zachary Darren Ponewash won fourth in the relief category for “North America.”

In the fashion/textile arts/jewelry design category, Kenneth Martinez’s hand-carved wooden pendant won fourth place. Martinez also placed second in the applied/industrial design category for his fire pit. Alexander Ramirez placed third for his fire pit.

See images of the art pieces below.