Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Art is Alive! Winners Announced - on display in Frear

Congratulations to the winners of the Art Is Alive! contest. Stop by and see them on exhibit in the Frear Center, along with featured artwork by artists from around the state and beyond.  Opens this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. and runs from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. through Friday, October 24, Art Day.

(Photos below)


Max Evslin, Grade 1, "Galaxy"

Honorable Mentions:
Erica Obert, Grade 3, "African Animals"
Zachary Ing, Grade 3, "The Island"
Eve Parker, Grade 4, "Owl by the Moon"
Genevieve Benn, Grade 5, "Crinkle Owl"
Mason Hunt, Grade 5, "A Crack in Life"Taylor Raco, Grade 5, "Sunrise on the Beach"

MIDDLE SCHOOL:Winners:Niki Upson, Grade 6, "Morning Crows"  
Max Rovinsky, Grade 7, "Kumu"

Honorable Mentions:Levi Snowden, Grade 7, "The Mirage"
Erika Corcoran-Lewis, Grade 8, "Optical Reality"


Brianna Binder, grade 9, "Lion"

  • Elementary
"Galaxy," by Max Evslin

"African Animals," by Erica Obert
"Sunrise on the Beach," by Taylor Raco
"Owl by the Moon," by Eve Parker
"The Island," by Zachary Ing
"Crinkle Owl," by Genevieve Benn
"A Crack in Life," by Mason Hunt

  • Middle School

"Morning Crows," by Niki Upson
"Kumu," by Max Rovinsky
"The Mirage," by Levi Snowden

"Optical Reality," by Erica Corcoran-Lewis
  • High School
"Lion," by Brianna Binder