Click-4-Art 2022 Winners Gallery

March 29, 2022
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What is Click-4-Art? 
Click-4-Art is a Northrop initiative created to increase appreciation and awareness of student art on the U of M campus, while also providing students with a fun and free way to de-stress.

Thank you again for participating! Click-4-Art wouldn’t have been the same without you. Stay tuned for more information about how you can view the winning submissions during Northrop's Study-In on May 3!

Drawing by Meenal Rathi - silhouette of a woman in a colorful skirt, holding a birdcage as a colorful bird flies out

1st Place Winner: Meenal Rathi



Meenal is a first-year graduate student in chemical engineering. Art is her favorite pastime and she is inspired by nature. 

drawing of a woman's bare back and shoulder, the words "no is full sentence", hugging herself

2nd Place Winner: Kathryn Blommel

no is a full sentence


Kathryn Blommel is from Saint Cloud, Minnesota. She creates art that portrays societal standards and their effects on women. Kathryn has hopes of pursuing a career in the arts, as an educator for future generations.

painting of a woman's head from neck up, rainbow colored hair, sparkles around eyes, neckline in drips

3rd Place Winner: Callie Korth



Callie Korth is a second-year student studying marketing and strategic communications. She is from Madison, Wisconsin and would love to become a creative director for an advertising agency later in life!

Collage in reds, oranges, and yellows

4th Place Winner: Elena Grove

The Sun Will Rise Again


Elena Grove is a sophomore from Pequot Lakes, Minnesota studying Elementary Education, and has been doing various forms of art since she was a child. Through her art she aims to express emotions and experiences and raise awareness for issues such as mental health. 

photo of a fox gazing at the viewer

5th Place Winner: Andrew Kind



Andrew Kind is a first-year student from Blaine, Minnesota. He is a conservation photographer who focuses on the struggles at the intersection of civilization and nature, and is inspired by the work of photographers such as Paul Nicklen and Anand Varma.

painting of a field of daisies with sun rays shining down and hills in the distance

6th Place Winner: Emma Lassen

Field of Peace


Emma Lassen is a first-year nursing student from Cottage Grove, MN. She is inspired by the beauty of nature and loves being able to channel her creativity to capture that beauty through art.

photo of a basket of wild plums on the ground next to wild flowers

7th Place Winner: Taylor Lee

Wild American Plums


Taylor Lee is a fourth-year student studying Plant Science with an emphasis in horticultural production. She enjoys writing poetry, photography, playing with her dogs and taking care of her house plants. She one day hopes to live on a farm and read all day.