Northwest NEWS

April 9, 2001

Entertainment

Young artists show their talents at Celebrate Woodinville Art Show

Over 162 art entries were submitted to this year's Celebrate Woodinville Youth Art Show.
   Local artists ranged from kindergarten through high school grades. Artists could enter one or all three categories, which included: Visual Arts, Photography, or 3-D Sculptures.
   "Celebrate Woodinville event visitors were just amazed at the quality and diversity of the art these children created," commented Sue Bukovinsky, Youth Art Show coordinator. "Our youth have so much talent, it is wonderful for these budding artists to get a chance to showcase their art to the public."
   The Woodinville Parks & Recreation Department offers a variety of art enrichment programs and events.
   Next year a performance arts category will be added to the Celebrate Woodinville Youth Art to round out this popular event.
   For additional information on Woodinville Parks & Recreation art programs and events, call (425) 398-9327.
   Winners of this year's Youth Art Show are:
   Primary Division: Kindergarten - 2nd Grade; Visual Arts: 1st: Meagan McPhetridge, 2nd: Brianna O'Brian, 3rd: Courtney Klaub.
   Intermediate Division: 3rd - 5th Grade
   Visual Arts: 1st: Sam Matson, 2nd Stephanie Johnson, 3rd Stephanie Johnson. Photography: 1st Eve Beausoleil, 2nd Justin Shelton, 3rd Eve Beausoleil. 3-D Sculpture: 1st Eva Jacobson, 2nd Brian Nafziger, 3rd Gabe Marcelo.
   Junior High: 6th - 8th Grade
   Visual Arts: 1st Laura Thom, 2nd Wes Vieira, 3rd Abraham Villasenor.
   Photography: 1st Benita Baird
   3-D Sculpture: 1st Danica Cowden, 2nd LeeAnn Palo, 3rd Llanelli Sanchez.
   High School: 9th - 12th Grade
   Visual Arts: 1st Melissa Moch, 2nd Kathryn Farago, 3rd Many Furlong.
   Photography: 1st Allison Dawe
   3-D Sculpture: 1st Rebecca Spiller, 2nd Raina Boswell, 3rd Shawna Savedo.