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​The Pine Creek Art Department would like to congratulate the following State of Colorado Scholastic Art Award Winners!
Scholastic Art Award Winners

Colorado Scholastic Art Award Winners

See the Artwork in Person:

If you are interested in seeing the work, it will be on display at History Colorado Center from Feb. 22nd - March 28th


See the Artwork Digitally:
- In the picture rotator at the top of the page.
Click here to see the pieces online.


 

STUDENT NAME | MEDIA | AWARD 

Portfolio Winners

 

Skyler Bath - Gold Key Art Portfolio  (Ceramics) / "The Reckoning of the Deep"   

Sydney Fox  -  Gold Key Art Portfolio (Digital Art) / "The Difficult Discussions"

Ashley Park  - Gold Key Art Portfolio (Digital Art) / "The Red String of Fate"

William Taylor  - Gold Key Art Portfolio (Digital Art)/ "Beautiful Agony"                    

 

 

Individual Winners

 

Kiona Bath - Ceramics & Glass | Gold Key

Skyler Bath - Sculpture | Honorable Mention

Kiona Bath - Ceramics & Glass | Silver Key

Molly Burton  - Design | Gold Key

Sydney Fox  - Design | Gold Key

Téa Heater  - Drawing & Illustration | Gold Key

Hayden Johnson  - Design | Gold Key

Ashley Park  - Digital Art | Gold Key

Ashley Park  - Digital Art | Honorable Mention

Ashley Park  - Digital Art | Honorable Mention

Ashley Park  - Digital Art | Silver Key

Rayne Rowley  - Drawing & Illustration | Honorable Mention

Rachel Scott  - Printmaking | Gold Key

Rachel Scott  - Mixed Media | Gold Key

Alyson Serio  - Design | Gold Key

Alyson Serio - Digital Art | Silver Key

William Taylor  - Digital Art | Gold Key

Clara Wittenburg  - Digital Art | Honorable Mention 


Contest Description: 

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in grades 7–12.

Submissions are adjudicated and selected works will go on display at the History Colorado Center starting February 22, 2020. Judges look for work that best exemplify originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. 

Students receiving Gold Keys, Silver Keys, Honorable Mentions, American Visions & Voices Nominations are celebrated at the History Colorado Center and Spring awards ceremony. 

 

Gold Key works are then judged nationally by an impressive panel of creative–industry experts to receive National Medals, including Gold, Silver, American Visions & Voices, Portfolio Silver with Distinction or Portfolio Gold Medals and Special Awards. National Medalists will be recognized at the National Ceremony at Carnegie Hall in New York City in June 2020.


Contest Explanation:

Student artwork receiving a GOLD KEY (1st Place) award is the equivalent of winning "STATE." All Gold Key artwork will be judged on the National Level in New York.