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39th Annual Regional High School Art Show – Award Winners

The Reception and Awards Ceremony was on March 10th, 2018. 

Anne Banks, Teaching and Learning Program Supervisor for the Arts, from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI), was our guest speaker. A representative from Central Washington University was on hand to award a variety of tuition waiver scholarships. The Wenatchee Museum and Cultural Center presented Award Medallions and certificates to the Winners. Plus The Arts Club from Wenatchee High School organized the refreshments.

Here are all of the judge’s decisions:

 

BEST OF SHOW – These 14 works will move on to the State Show in Olympia

 


“Solar System” by Nicholas Fitzmaurice from Liberty Bell High School

 


“Fishbrarian” by Jordan Jessee from Okanogan High School

 


“Bloom” by Laina Cheek from Wenatchee High School

 


“The Rattler’s Hunt” by Zachary Despain from Eastmont High School

 


“Bam-Bye” by Atileena Perez from Wenatchee High School

 


“Human” by Amilia Anic from Okanogan High School

 


“Insects” by Charlie Bates from Okanogan High School

 


“Antinorri” by Tara McBride from Wenatchee High School

 


“Captain Cottontail” by Anahi Castillo from Okanogan High School

 


“Nashville Looking Up” by Braxton Igne from Cashmere High School

 


“Eddy” by Jovanni Lopez from Warden High School

 


“The Amazing Travels of Dr. S.” by Hannah Smith from Okanogan High School

 


“A Lonely Egg” by Giselle Garcia from Bridgeport High School

 


“Seattle Weather” by Cymone Van Marter from Liberty Bell High School

 

 

THREE DIMENSIONAL

1st – “Solar System” by Nicholas Fitzmaurice from Liberty Bell High School

2nd – “Fishbrarian” by Jordan Jessee from Okanogan High School

3rd – “Unwanted Innovation” by Jacob Fyffe from Wenatchee High School

 

DECORATIVE ARTS

1st – “Clyde the Caribou” by Ryan Rosas and Sarah Dixon from Okanogan High School

2nd – “The Garden” by Reiley Morrison-Nelson from Okanogan High School

3rd – “Colored Deer” by Katherine Rawley from Tonasket High School

 

DRAWING

1st – “Bam-Bye” by Atileena Perez from Wenatchee High School

2nd – “Night at the Fair” by Grant Bibbens from Wenatchee High School

3rd – “Shadders” by Shiela Hernandez from Wenatchee High School

 

DIGITAL MEDIA

1st – “Bzz” by Tara McBride from Wenatchee High School

2nd – “Three Holy Knights of Thy Church” by Parker Shropshire from Okanogan High School

3rd – “Chess Dance” by Athena Milani and kyleen Romero from Liberty Bell High School

 

MIXED MEDIA

1st – “Insects” by Charlie Bates from Okanogan High School

2nd – “Faces” by Edwin Tixta from Okanogan High School

3rd – “Bird Books” by Lucy Cole from Liberty Bell High School

 

PAINTING

1st – “Looks” by Hokuni Montaron from Okanogan High School

2nd – “Untitled” by Christian Cutter from Wenatchee High School

3rd – “Midnight” by Vyvianna Pruneda from Warden High School

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

1st – “The Amazing Travels of Dr. S.” by Hannah Smith from Okanogan High School

2nd – “Blue Light” by Edward Martinez from Bridgeport High School

3rd – “A Lonely Egg” by Giselle Garcia from Bridgeport High School

 

PRINTMAKING

1st – “Ball till I Fall” by Gage Wilson from Okanogan High School

2nd – “Key to my Heart” by Hayley Wyllson from Okanogan High School

3rd – “K is for Kangaroo” by Kynadee Gavin from Okanogan High School

 

Tuition Waivers from CWU were presented to:

Jordan Jessee for Fishbrarian, $1,000

Nicholas Fitzmaurice for Solar System, $1,000

Atileena Perez for Bam-Bye, $1,000

Viviana Pruneda for Midnight, $1,000

And Shiela Hernandez for Shadders, $2,000

 

Our three Judges for the 39th Annual Regional High School Art Show were Adele Caemerer, Artist and Educator from Lake Wenatchee; Marti Lyttle, Artist from Wenatchee; and Gregg Schlanger, Artist and Chair of the Art Department at CWU. They looked closely at all the art, judging for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Place in eight categories, they also chose 14 pieces as “Best of Show” – those works will move on to Olympia and be displayed at the Superintendent’s High School Art Show, April 2–June 1,2018.

 

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