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Young Artist Exhibit
Winners of the 2017 Arts and Humanities Commission Young Artists Exhibit
The Young Artist Exhibit is a regional competition sponsored annually by the City's Arts and Humanities Commission. The exhibit is open to all students, from kindergarten through high school, including private and homeschooled students in the Lake Ray Hubbard area. Recognizing talented young artists and their teachers raise awareness and appreciation of the visual arts within the community. All entries were on display in the City Hall Annex building from Monday, February 27 through Friday, March 24, 2017.

First Place winner in the K-2 grade division, two-dimensional category: Sadie Field for her entry, "Lily".

First Place winner in the 3-5 grade division, two-dimensional category: Caitlyn Frosch for her entry, "Discovery Land of Colors".

First Place winner in the 6-8 grade division, two-dimensional category: Abbie Windell for her entry, "Tree Frog".

First Place winner in the 6-8 grade division, three-dimensional category: Rylie Chandler for her untitled entry.

First Place winner in the 9-12 grade division, two-dimensional category: Zahide Torresdey for her entry, "Portrait Holding Triangle".

First Place winner in the 9-12 grade, three-dimensional category: Madelyne Dejesus for her entry, "Preserver".

First Place winner in the Special Needs division, two-dimensional category: Zachary Stringer for his entry, “Elephants”.




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