PHS students compete in art show

 

Andrew Sorenson and his watercolor painting called "Sixers."

Andrew Sorenson and his watercolor painting called “Sixers.”

Princeton High School students took their art on the road to Zimmerman High School on Friday, April 26 to compete in the Granite Ridge Conference art show.

PHS students brought home seven superior awards and nine excellent awards. Four students earned all-conference honors for their art work – including three first-place selections. PHS 10th grader Joanna Larson’s scratchboard drawing of a lion won the prestigious “People’s Choice Award.”

STUDENTS EARNING SUPERIOR HONORS

Joanna Larson • Drawing Scratchboard • Lion

This piece earned first-place all-conference and people’s choice honors

Lindsey York • Drawing Pencil • Portrait Study

This piece earned first-place all-conference honors

 

Katie Clyne Drawing Mixed Life’s Journey

This piece earned second-place all-conference honors

Shania Halgrimson • Drawing Pastel/Colored Pencil • Scrambling in Times Square

Cody Black • Ceramics Stoneware • Birdhouse

Nathan Noard • Crafts • Pewter Hook

This piece earned first-place all-conference honors

Andrew Sorenson • Painting Watercolor • Sixers

 STUDENTS EARNING EXCELLENT HONORSKyle Folley-Dahl • Painting Acrylic • Dripping DaliSamantha Wokson • Painting Acrylic • Skull

Taelor Mayry • Painting Acrylic • Rock in Peace Mitch Lucker

Sydney Arens • Drawing Pastel • Cat Nap

Megan Gourley • Drawing Pencil • Butterfly Talk

Andrea Henry • Ceramics • Stoneware

Alexis Kastner • Ceramics Stoneware • Pumpkin Tea Pot

Shelby Hanson • Crafts Pewter • Tree Pendant

  STUDENTS ALSO COMPETING:

Dani Pieles Painting Acrylic • Lexus Amanda

Lexi Haavisto • Painting Acrylic • It’s Electric

Blake Beltrand • Painting Watercolor • Mountain Sunset

Cody Black • Ceramics Stoneware • Pumpkin Tea Set

Maggie Schroepfer Mix Media Assemblage Untitled

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