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43rd Regional High School Art Show

Winners of the 43rd Annual Regional High School Art Show Announced 

The 43rd Annual Regional High School Art Show opens at the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center on Friday, March 4. The Regional High School Art Show showcases pieces submitted by students from 14 North Central Washington schools, with the “Best in Show” selections advancing to statewide competition in Olympia in April. The show it made possible through the sponsorships of the North Central Educational Service District and partnerships with the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction.  

 

Regional Awards will be presented at an awards reception on Saturday, March 12 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. at the museum. Judges looked closely at all the art, judging for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each category. Students’ names and schools were concealed during this process. They also chose 10 works as “Best of Show”. 

 

The exhibit will run from Friday, March 4 to Friday, April 1. For more information call the museum at 509-888-6240 or visit wenatcheevalleymuseum.org. 

 

 

2022 – 43RD ANNUAL REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ART SHOW – AWARD WINNERS 

THREE DIMENSIONAL 

1st – “Alarm Clock” by Riley Maher from Okanogan High School 

2nd – “Ruby” by Kelcie Green from Wenatchee High School 

3rd – “Finest Forest” by Maria Timm from Tonasket High School 

 

DRAWING 

1st – “Duality” by Bridget Jones from Quincy High School 

2nd – “This is Not a Shoe” by Faith Smith from Cashmere High School 

3rd – “Grow From It” by Carol Manglona from Tonasket High School 

 

DIGITAL MEDIA 

1st – “Untitled 1” by Alexis Espinoza from Wenatchee High School 

2nd – “Lucid” by Rileigh Maison from Cashmere High School 

3rd – “Golden Tears” by Alexis Espinoza from Wenatchee High School 

 

MIXED MEDIA 

1st – “80s Fashion” by Emanuel Sixto Sanchez from Wenatchee High School 

2nd – “Trapped” by Elsa Swart from Cascade High School 

3rd – “Potrero Cafe” by Megan Kassebaum from Wenatchee High School 

 

PAINTING 

1st – “Everday Automobile” by Chloe Payne from Cashmere High School 

2nd – “Cup of Oranges” by Amelie Baker from Okanogan High School 

3rd – “Sunflower Meadow” by Anessa Hanson from Wenatchee High School 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

1st – “Mantis” by Pearl Wong from Cascade High School 

2nd – “Bee Happy” by Corina Timm from Tonasket High School 

3rd – “Gateway” by Keilahni Pelton from Tonasket High School 

 

BEST OF SHOW – These 10 works will move on to the State Show in Olympia 

“Untitled 1” by Alexis Espinoza from Wenatchee High School 

“Grow From It” by Carol Manglona from Tonasket High School 

“Duality” by Bridget Jones from Quincy High School 

“80s Fashion” by Emanuel Sixto Sanchez from Wenatchee High School 

“Trapped” by Elsa Swart from Cascade High School 

“Apple cup” by Amelie Baker from Okanogan High School 

“Torn Mind” by Keilah Rojas from Tonasket High School 

“Sunflower Meadow” by Anessa Hanson from Wenatchee High School 

“Mantis” by Pearl Wong from Cascade High School 

“Gateway” by Keilahni Pelton from Tonasket High School 

 

Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center 

At the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center we gather, engage, and educate people to celebrate and preserve the history, arts, sciences, and rich diversity of our region. The Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that operates with the support of the cities of Wenatchee and East Wenatchee, as well as private donors. The Museum is housed in two historic federal-style downtown buildings that served early Wenatchee as the Post Office and Annex. For more information, check the Museum’s website at wenatcheevalleymuseum.org, follow us on Facebook @wenatcheemuseum, join us on Instagram @wvmuseum, or contact the Museum at 509-888-6240. 

 

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