Saturday, May 27, 2006

I Found This. Springville

SPRINGVILLE -- A number of student artists from Utah County high schools were among the winners of the 33rd annual All-State High School Show sponsored by the Springville Museum of Art.

There were 782 entries from 71 high schools in the juried event this year.

Timpview senior David Barrett was one of three winners of the show's Master's Award for his untitled ink rendering and was named Outstanding Student of the Year by Brigham Young University's McKay School of Education.

Congressional Awards winners from the Utah County region were Kayla Wilde, first-place winner from Spanish Fork High School, for her pastel titled "Let's Pretend"; Amelia Landes, second-place winner from Payson High School with her color pencil drawing of two dalmatian puppies; and Boston Madsen, third-place winner from Springville High School for his acrylic on board work titled "Existence in Itself."

Winners' works were exhibited at the museum, and selections from the contest tour museums, galleries and libraries around the state with the Utah Arts Council Traveling Exhibition.

The show gives students a portfolio review opportunity with representatives of state colleges and universities.

Jurors for the 2005 show are Virgil Jacobsen, Springville Museum of Art curator of education; Jessica Weiss, assistant curator of education; Robert Nickelson, associate curator of education; artist Val Brinkerhoff; artist Ed Ham; Glen Richards of the Utah Arts Council; artist Ron Richmond; and museum educator Rita Wright.

2005 Juried Award Winners


School Name Title Category

Skyline Ellesse Sorbonne Ellesse -- Self Portrait oil


Jordan Chelsea Herrmann Provophenia watercolor

Ogden Tyler J. Cragun Night Shot photography

Timpview Barrett, David Untitled ink

Viewmont Mike Patch Rusty Buckets oil


Box Elder Cory Brown Almost Amphora clay

Brighton Katie Calvert Quiet Solitude monoprint

Brighton Matthew Barrett Innes Time Alone mixed

Jordan Katie Ross Mennenite Girls pastel

Ogden Evan Munro Untitled oil

Pleasant Grove Marshall, Jordan Myself Tribune mixed

Sky View Alise Iverson The Beauty Parlor prismacolor

Sky View Chandee Kimber Camoflauge watercolor

Timpview Myleka Bevans Untitled tempera ink

Viewmont Cherilyn Reid Jeanna's Innocence oil


Bountiful Weed, Kelly Red Umbrella pencil

Brighton Angela Wight Desert Queen oil

Copper Hills David Turley Reflection 1 photography

Cottonwood Danielle Colvin Vespas by the Beach transparent watercolor

Cottonwood Mary Dodge Ripening watercolor

Cottonwood Megan Thompson After Picasso ceramic tile painting

Feemont Brayden Jensen Heceta Head prismacolor

Fremont Patrick Stotts Horse Hair stoneware

Jordan Jeffrey Davis I Plug in My Passion gouache

Logan Pace Measom Placid Ballistics sculpture

Mountain Crest Ricardo Salazar My December oil on canvas

Northridge Rachel Neil The Imprints of our Souls acryllic

Ogden Danielle Weigandt Raku Cow stoneware

Payson Amelia Landes Red State, Blue State of the Union oil on canvas

Pine View Whitney Brown Why do we kill? oil and collage

Provo Levi Jackson Trapt sculpture

Sky View Holly Hansen Spooning oil on canvas

Sky View Michelle Thorne Serenity oil

Timpview Annie Hancock Open Doors ink/acrylic

Timpview Clark A. Goldsberry Untitled mixed

Tooele Josiah Barney The Great Depression photography

Waterford Brandon Hopkins Caitlin mixed

Weber Eric D. McKinney Converse G.T.O. photography

West George Parkinson Apple oil on canvas


Outstanding Teacher of the Year Barabara Prestwich Cedar City High School

Outstanding Student of the Year David Barrett Timpview High School

Student Honoree Chelsea Herrmann Jordan High School



First Place Tooele Brad Gustafson Flaming Personality colored pencil

Second Place Roy Jessica M. Governale Queen of Hearts prismacolor

Third Place Park City Jenna Simkins Spoons, Knives, and Forks colored pencil


Clearfield Heather Moss Out of the Shadow oil

Tooele Colin Ledbetter Light/Sound Spectrum photography

Sky View Casey Atkinson Motorized Bicycle of Chrome prismacolor

Woods Cross Tyson Moore Not Endangered Anymore drypoint etching


First Place Highland Tatiana Garcia Greetings from Colombia acrylic

Second Place Alta Christopher Hogue Free Falling photography

Third Place Lone Peak Kade Roberson Sleep pencil


East Hshailey Card The Robinson Girls oil

Wasatch Tessa Rae Bates Puka Ten mixed

Pine View Natasha Castor Old Navy ceramic

Kanab Shanna Rogers Falling Threw the Cracks photography


First Place Spanish Fork Kayla Wilde Let's Pretend pastel

Second Place Payson Amelia Landes Seeing Spots color pencil

Third Place Springville Boston Madsen Existence in Itself acrylic on board


Provo Canyon Sara K. Grim Garble ceramic

Timpanogos Shaun Ivie Untitled mixed

Riverton Amber Britt Mikele mixed

South Sevier Alison Brady Untitled digital photography

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1 comment:

emma said...

how long ago was this?