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Art Show Awards

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Congratulations to our Spring Art Show winners! The evening was a fantastic collection of phenomenal artwork!

Spring Art Show Winners

Best Photography- Clara Adams, Children of Thailand
Best Traditional Media- Grace Biggs, Scratchboard Canyon
Best Mixed Media- Emma Jane Phillips, We All Have a Story
Best 3-Dimensional Artwork- Harry Tang, Donald Trump Mug
Best Artwork from Digital Design Class- Jessica Beighle, Chicago, Photoshop
Best Artwork from Introduction to Art- Anna Laporte, Afghan Girl Scratchboard
Best Artwork for Advanced Art- Jonathon Palau, Mixed Media Self Portrait
Best AP Portfolio- Jack Stevens
Best in Show- Kylee Wiseman, Bird Series

Best Photography- Clara Adams, Children of Thailand

 

Best Traditional Media- Grace Biggs, Scratchboard Canyon

 

Best Mixed Media- Emma Jane Phillips, We All Have a Story

 

Best 3-Dimensional Artwork- Harry Tang, Donald Trump Mug

 

Best Artwork from Digital Design Class- Jessica Beighle, Chicago, Photoshop

 

Best Artwork from Introduction to Art- Anna Laporte, Afghan Girl Scratchboard

 

Best Artwork for Advanced Art-Jonathon Palau, Mixed Media Self Portrait

 

Best AP Portfolio- Jack Stevens

 

Best in Show- Kylee Wiseman, Bird Series

 

Best in Show- Kylee Wiseman, Bird Series

 

Principal’s Award Anna Laporte

 

Principal’s Award Clara Adams – Coffee Guy

 

Principal’s Award – Ethan Cupper

 

Principal’s Award – Fiona Wilson

 

Principal’s Award – Gabriela Sears – Graphite

 

Principal’s Award – Jenna Ellis

 

Principal’s Award – Julia Yusem

 

Principal’s Award – Max Murfitt

 

Principal’s Award – Ryan Lee

 

Principal’s Award – Weitong Shang

Winter Art Show

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The annual Winter Art Show showcased hundreds of student work from the Introduction, Advanced, AP Art and Digital Design classes. Students nominated their peers artwork for each category and looked for works that captured their attention in beauty, subject matter, technical skill, intent of the work, and creativity. Head of School, Dr. Miller, also presented Principal’s Awards to students who stood out in art technique and creativity. In total, 10 awards were given to students and their work. Congratulations to all recognized works!

Student voted awards:
Best Digital Media: Jack Wilson,  Inception/ Photoshop
Best Drawing: Mary Nordland, Emma/ Graphite
Best Mixed Media: Gabriela Sears, Smooshed Leaves/ pressed leaves, flowers, fabric, paper
Best Painting Bei Kai Nan, Chairman Mao/ Acrylic
Best in Show: Weitong Shang, Lingyin Mountain 2016/ pen, Chinese ink and brush, rice paper

 

Best Digital Media: Jack Wilson, Inception/ Photoshop

Best Digital Media: Jack Wilson, Inception/ Photoshop

 

Best Drawing: Mary Nordland, Emma/ Graphite

Best Drawing: Mary Nordland, Emma/ Graphite

 

Best Mixed Media: Gabriela Sears, Smooshed Leaves/ pressed leaves, flowers, fabric, paper

 

Best Painting Bei Kai Nan, Chairman Mao/ Acrylic

 

Best in Show: Weitong Shang, Lingyin Mountain 2016/ pen, Chinese ink and brush, rice paper

Best in Show: Weitong Shang, Lingyin Mountain 2016/ pen, Chinese ink and brush, rice paper

Principal’s Award:
Weitong Shang, Hangzhou/ pen, marker, watercolor, chinese traditional sketching on rice paper
Kylee Wiseman, Watercolor Stuffed Animal Still Life/ Watercolor
Grace Biggs,  Doodle for Google, What I see for the Future/Marker
Mary Nordlund, Gentleman/ Graphite
Jack Wilson: Jack Wilson,  Inception, Photoshop

 

Weitong Shang, Hangzhou/ pen, marker, watercolor, chinese traditional sketching on rice paper

 

Kylee Wiseman, Watercolor Stuffed Animal Still Life/ Watercolor

 

Grace Biggs, Doodle for Google, What I see for the Future/Marker

 

Mary Nordlund, Gentleman/ Graphite

Mary Nordlund, Gentleman/ Graphite

Jack Wilson: Jack Wilson, Inception, Photoshop

WCHS Artist Profile

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Sculpture Art is taking over the Library! Advanced Art Students created a variety of unique and colorful sculpture projects using clay, plastic, acrylic paint, and spray paint. “Sculpture is a challenging art form to create because it forces the student artist to move from a flat, two-dimensional creation process to considering the artwork from all sides,” Mrs. Witkowski.

Highlights from the display include a variety of ceramic candle holders with unique designs, glazed with bright colors and abstract plastic sculptures that represent an emotion through the elements of shape and color.

 

Candle holders

Ceramic candle holders fresh out of the kiln.

 

Abstract Emotion Sculptures

WCHS student creations.

 

Hupfer

Hayden Hupfer, Senior, Emotion: Anger/Rage

 

Martin

Faith Martin, Senior, Emotion: Shy, hesitant, timid

 

Yusem

Julia Yusem, Junior, Ceramic Candle Holder

 

Sprague

Haley Sprague, Sophomore, Ceramic Candle Holder

 

WCHS Artist Profile

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Congratulations to Sophomore Jack Stevens and Senior Riley Gintz for receiving an Honorable Mention Award at the Oregon Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Competition. Jack was awarded for his oil painting titled Cicindela Formosa and Riley for her Photograph titled Fantasy Dream. Both students are enrolled in the AP 2D Studio Art Course.

fantasy dream

Photo by Riley Gintz titled Fantasy Dream

The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers identifies teenagers with exceptional artistic and literary talent and brings their remarkable work to a local and national audience through The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. This program offers early recognition for creative young people and scholarship opportunities for graduating high school seniors. Thousands of students submitted artworks across the state for a chance to be awarded a Gold, Silver, or Honorable Mention in this competition. To be recognized in the state of Oregon is a fantastic honor. Well-done Westside student artists!

Cicindela Formosa

Jack Stevens oil painting titled Cicindela Formosa