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2020 Regional High School Art Show Winners

UPDATE: MAY 11, 2020

The Virtual State Art Show is being planned for May 28, 2020 at 3:00-4:30 PM. Winners will be announced at that time. Join Superintendent Chris Reykdal as we celebrate the arts in Washington. See the announcement of statewide awards for excellence in the visual arts and a showcase of the performing arts. Get ready to be inspired!

You are cordially invited to the 47th Annual Superintendent's High School Art Show Awards Ceremony Live on Facebook. RSVP on the OSPI Facebook page


Regional Winners Announced

Puget Sound ESD is proud to announce the 7 winners of the Regional High School Art Show. These entries received the highest scores and will advance to the 47th Annual State High School Art Show at OSPI in Olympia, Washington.


Fiery Woman, Hannah Bomgardner, Cedarcrest High School

Fiery Woman, Hannah Bomgardner, Cedarcrest High School


Image of Path of Reflection, Seung Hong, Decatur High School

Path of Reflection, Seung Hong, Decatur High School


Image of America's Past Time, Kolbi Lyn Johnson, Enumclaw High School

America's Past Time, Kolbi Lyn Johnson, Enumclaw High School


Image of Going Through the Motions, Lindsey Allen, Enumclaw High School

Going Through the Motions, Lindsey Allen, Enumclaw High School


Image of Our Future, Olivia Nicole Trejo, Bonney Lake High School

Our Future, Olivia Nicole Trejo, Bonney Lake High School


Image of Fallen Tree, Courtney C Serres, Bellevue High School

Fallen Tree, Courtney C Serres, Bellevue High School


Image of Starstruck, Dyami Sage James Morgan, Washington High School

Starstruck, Dyami Sage James Morgan, Washington High School


Additional Winners

King County Executive Awards

  • Caught in the Past, Kokoro Kageyama Holcomb, Shorewood High School
  • Fiery Woman, Hannah Bomgardner, Cedarcrest High School
  • Path of Reflection, Seung Hong, Decatur High School
  • 1964, Tyler Hamblin, Hazen Senior High School
  • Koi, Julia Neils, Shorecrest High School 

Pierce County Awards

  • Executive Award -- American Dream, Brandy Grove, Rogers High School
  • Arts Commission Award --  Guardian, Kimber Jackson, Rogers High School 

Pierce County Honorable Mention Awards

  • Sewn Shut, Emily Dooly, Lincoln High School
  • Koi Fish Memories, Ivonne Varela, Lakes High School
  • Skin Deep, Taylor C Swensen, Bonney Lake High School

PSESD Board of Directors’ Choice Award

Love Your Mother, Ella Andersen, Mount Si High School


PSESD Board of Directors’ Honorable Mention Awards

  • The Red Woman's Forest, Eira Felber, Emerald Ridge High School
  • Pink Ladies, Chloe Hammel, Peninsula High School
  • American Dream, Brandy Grove, Rogers High School
  • Gazing at the Stars, Minh Do, Kennedy High School

PSESD Superintendent’s Choice Award

  • A Pianist's Pencil, Nehara Kinthari Rajakaruna, Skyline High School

PSESD Staff Choice Award

  • Girl of Nature, Angelmerita Survanta Savusa, Emerald Ridge High School

People’s Choice Award

  • Our Future, Olivia Nicole Trejo, Bonney Lake High School

SeaTac Award

  • Broken Heart, Abraham Mora, Tyee High School

City of Puyallup Commissioners’ Choice

  • The Red Woman's Forest, Eira Felber, Emerald Ridge High School

City of Renton Commissioners’ Choice

  • Royal Blue, Mindy Trinh, Hazen Senior High School

Private Schools Award

  • WENET, Lara Johnson, Bellarmine Prep
  • Green Portrait (I am Green), Brett Sayler, Kings High School
  • Hicks Lake, Malia Kaiser, Bellarmine Prep

Central Washington University Tuition Waiver Scholarship Awards

  • Daybreak, Natalie Kianipour, Tacoma School of the Arts
  • Our Future, Olivia Nicole Trejo, Bonney Lake High School
  • American Dream, Brandy Grove, Rogers High School
  • Call Me Back, Quincy Williams, Tacoma School of the Arts
  • Caught in the Past, Kokoro Kageyama Holcomb, Shorewood High School
  • Wildfire, Laura Wen, Lake Washington High School
  • Chambers Bay, Patrick Konecny, Stadium High School

Best in Show Awards

  • 2D:  Path of Reflection, Seung Hong, Decatur High School
  • 3D: Guardian of the Globe, Kaleb Magee, Tahoma High School

Outstanding Achievement Awards

Outstanding Achievement -- Ceramic

  • Caught in the Past, Kokoro Kageyama Holcomb, Shorewood High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Painting

  • Icy Wanderers, Katerina Lukyanova, Redmond High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Felt

  • Winter Wonderland, Supassorn Niamnud, Kings High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Photography

  • Melodies Silenced by a Passing Train, Joshua J Tangney, Bellevue High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Collage

  • Koi Fish Memories, Ivonne Varela, Lakes High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Digital Art

  • Michael Jordan's Bulls, Austin Sijgers, Hazen Senior High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Batik

  • Pink Ladies, Chloe Hammel, Peninsula High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Glass

  • Landscape 1, Emily Carsten, Enumclaw High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Mixed Media 2D

  • Thoughts, Coleman Hirschman, Shorecrest High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Mixed Media 3D

  • Window into the Future, Andrew Stephens, Wilson High School

Outstanding Achievement -- Drawing

  • Flora our Beloved, Mia Starr Frank, Tacoma School of the Arts
     

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