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Three Shorecrest Students Earn Awards at Regional Art Show

Three Shorecrest students earned awards at the 2017 Regional High School Art Show sponsored by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) and Washington Art Education Association (WAEA). 

Victoria Sepulveda’s “What My Painting Sees” and Sue Ellen Zhang’s “Pathway” paintings earned top Regional Awards and will advance to the OSPI State Art Show in Olympia this spring. Sepulveda’s work also earned the Best in Show Award for 2D art and King County Executive Award. Teagan Woods’ painting, “Stargazers” earned an Outstanding Achievement Award.

The Washington State 2017 High School Art Show, co-hosted by OSPI and WAEA, is an artistic celebration each year for the regional finalists from the state’s nine educational service districts.

 

What my painting sees

"What My Painting Sees" by Victoria Sepulveda

 

 

Pathway

"Pathway" by Sue Ellen Zhang

 

 

Star gazers

"Stargazers" by Teagan Wood