On Wednesday, the Arts Department took a trip to the Southport Community Center for the 2020 Southport Woman's Club Art Festival. This was a juried art show with the winners receiving certificates as well as cash awards. First place winners now move on to the district level. Any artwork that places first in district, moves on to the state level. Here is a look at our first place winners.
Above: Aidan M placed Best in Show. Aidan also won 1st place and 3rd place in mixed media
Ruby C 1st place watercolor
Brooke B 1st place computer graphics, 1st, 2nd and 3rd place black/white photography, 2nd place photography
Makayla L 1st place & 2nd place painting, 2nd place pen & ink, 2nd place colored pencil
Madison T 1st place Graphite
Maxwell M 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place sculpture
Claude R 1st place colored pencil
Gavin P 1st place dye craft
Trey D 1st place charcoal, 1st place pen & ink, 2nd place graphite, 2nd place mixed media
Kaycee H 1st place ceramics
Lionela M 1st place glass painting
Naomi W 1st place digitally enhanced, 2nd place computer graphics, 2nd place photography
Audrey A 2nd place digitally enhance, 3rd place computer graphics
Ellea B 3rd place painting, 3rd place colored pencil, 3rd place watercolor
Percy H 2nd place glass painting
Joshua L 2nd place dye craft
Kelsey W 3rd place photography
Noah H 3rd place dye craft
Alysha M 2nd place ceramics
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