Top art students win recognition

Posted 1/27/10

Students from some South Metro area schools won awards for their art work exhibited in the 2010 National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards show, …

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Top art students win recognition


Students from some South Metro area schools won awards for their art work exhibited in the 2010 National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards show, which ran through Jan. 30 at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, 1600 Pierce St., Lakewood. An awards reception was held on Jan. 23, honoring Gold and Silver Key winners, Honorable Mention winners and a select few Portfolio Winners. Judges were arts professionals and educators from the metro area.

The Gold Key winners were sent on to New York to compete with young artists from across the nation. A selected number will then be exhibited in Washington, DC.

Included among winners:

Austin Pierpoint, Arapahoe High School, "Crime Over Watch," Honorable Mention.

Hunter Tankersley, Highlands Ranch High School, "His and Hers," "Let There Be Light," photography, Gold Key Portfolio.

Caroline Adams, Kent Denver School, "Fairy Wings," "Feel," photography Honorable Mention.

Carolyn Allen, Kent Denver School, "Reliquary," sculpture, Silver Key.

Caroline Ammons, Kent Denver School, "Changing Faces," ceramics and glass, Honorable Mention.

Matthew Laboda, Legend High School, "American Passion," digital Art, Silver Key.

Connor Hartman, Ponderosa High School, "Just Dance," "War," design, Honorable Mention.

Marissa Lehnerz, Ponderosa High School, "Perfect," "Perfect 3," photography, Gold Key, "Hush," Honorable Mention.

Alexis Lyon, Ponderosa High School, "Dreaming," drawing, Silver Key.

London Nuzman, Ponderosa High School, " Hands," photography, Honorable Mention.

Addi Robinson, Ponderosa High School, "He Loves Me Not," photography, Honorable Mention.

Cory Walker, Ponderosa High School, "Genocide," design, Silver Key.

Allison Williams, Ponderosa High School, "What a Soul Is," design, Silver Key.

Mari Davis, Summit Ridge Middle School, "Jesi Colors," digital art, Gold Key.

Sari Ennis, Summit Ridge Middle School, "Thriving and Surviving as a Snow Leopard," film and animation, Silver Key,

Alex Hoffman, Summit Ridge Middle School, "Fossil," digital art, Gold Key.

Kayla McLean, Summit Ridge Middle School, "Frosted Purple," digital art,

Honorable Mention.

Kaylie Tabor, Summit Ridge Middle School, "Metamorphosis," digital art, Silver Key.

Kendall Aragon, ThunderRidge High School, "Totem," Jewelry, Silver Key.

Dominique Gerard, ThunderRidge High School, "Autumn Colors,” Jewelry, Silver Key.

Connor Grisham, ThunderRidge High School, "Almost Famous," Jewelry, Honorable Mention.

Blake McClure, ThunderRidge High School, "Asian Sensation," Jewelry, Silver Key.

Brandon Richards, ThunderRidge High School, "Tashley's Surprise," jewelry, Silver Key.

Rhiannon Sawyer, ThunderRidge High School, "Incandescence," jewelry, Silver Key.

Nicolette Tiongson, ThunderRidge High School, "Basketry,” "Gina Dou," jewelry, Gold Key.

Laura Carter, ThunderRidge High School, "Bee's Icing," drawing, Gold Key.

Rebecca Dickinson, ThunderRidge High School, "Green Geo Teapot," (Gold Key). "Golden Woven Basket," (Honorable Mention) "Brightly Layered Cake," (Silver Key). ceramics and glass.

Jeremy Hillman, ThunderRidge High School, " Denver Urban Culture" (Gold Key), "Classic Red from Loveland", painting, Silver Key.

Nathan Jordan, ThunderRidge High School, "Nature Clashing," drawing, Honorable Mention

Hailey Rich, Thunderidge High School, "Essence of My Homecoming Flower," drawing, Honorable Mention


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