Students earn awards at art competition

Thursday, May 3, 2012
Democrat Photo/Reed Several Cassville High School students earned awards at the Big 8 Art Competition, which was held at Lamar High School on April 27 and 28. Pictured above, in the front row, from left, are: Staci Day, fourth place, monoprint; Brooke Williams, third place, watercolor representational, third place, oil representational, and fifth place, acrylic non-representational; Ashley Roberts, third place, color pencil non-representational, and fourth place, mixed ceramics; Araceli Ibarra, fifth place, mixed media non-representational; and Katrin Fetzer, fourth place, hand formed ceramic. Second row: Mary Beth Higgins, fourth place, oil non-representational; Lupe Hernandez, third place, landscape; Marissa Wolfe, second place, tempera representational; Spencer House, third place, relief sculpture; Erica Chaney, third place, oil representational; Michael Angel, third place, tempera representational; Lane McCastle, fourth place, printmaking relief; and Jayne Hoover, third place, scratch board, and fifth place, oil non-representational. Third row: Ian Cowfer, third place, portraits, third place, jewelry, and fourth place, color pencil representational; Alex Hare, second place, mixed ceramics; Zane LeCompte, fifth place, figurative; Cliff Butterfield, second place, scratch board; Josh Lannum, fourth place, drawing abstract, and fourth place, relief sculpture; Kelsey Vollenweider, third place, mixed media non-representational; and David Clark, third place, monoprint, and fifth place, scratch board.

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