Michigan student’s digital art wins national contest – MLive.com

BEVERLY HILLS — A high school student in suburban earned a top award in a national 2D3D art contest.

Rishuv Mehta, a senior at Detroit Country Day School, received the best in category award for Digital Arts in the 2D3D contest, which is sponsored by the Cleveland Institute of Arts. 

Mehta illustrated four colorful images of landscapes and scenes to showcase his visual style through a series of various colors and composition, using several different digital software programs.

“We are proud of Rishuv’s work as a uniquely creative and skilled artist,” said Glen Shilling, DCDS Headmaster.

“This prestigious recognition speaks both to his talent as an individual and to the outstanding faculty and fine arts programs that have provided Rishuv with the support to be successful. We look forward to seeing his skill continue to develop in college and beyond.”

Mehta was competing with 1,064 students from more than 420 high schools across the nation. A total of 11 winners were selected in a variety of categories.

Mehta will get a $400 cash prize, $500 worth of art supplies and a $10,000 annual scholarship to attend the Cleveland Institute of Art. 

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