Youth Art Show

Be amazed by the talents in the Shoreline Arts Festival Youth Art Exhibit, featuring over 300 works of art. Students in Pre-K through 12th grade submit their favorite 2-D and 3-D art works, and awards are given in four different age groups. The art for the Shoreline School District Calendar is selected from this exhibit, making it on of the most anticipated shows. Come surround yourself in the fabulous creativity of our youth!

2018 Youth Art Award Winners

Congratulations to all of our 2019 Shoreline Arts Festival art award winners!

The 2019 Youth Art Juror was Matt Allison.  Awards were given in grade level categories:

Youth Categories

2D YOUTH ART – GRADES PRE-K to 2

1st Place – Daphne LeClerge for “Mr. Zunklebunkle”

2nd Place – Delphinia Wacker  for “Snowy Mountains and Spring Flowers”

3rd Place – Etta Beck for “Shining Night”

Honorable Mention – Wyatt Schuelke for  “Chickens Dancing”

Honorable Mention- Finley Johnson  “Finley Rose Cactus”

3D YOUTH ART – GRADES PRE-K to 2

1st Place – Hannah Koehler for “The Colorful Toucan”

2nd Place – Vira Madere for “A Little Heart Purse”

3rd Place – Lila Havron for  “Creature of the Deep”

2D YOUTH ART – GRADES 3-5

1st Place –Taylor Draper for “Girl Power”

2nd Place – Clare Royal  for “Pumpkins”

3rd Place – Molly Valderas for  “How Time Flies”

Honorable Mention – Ezra Miller  for “Owl”

Honorable Mention -Otto Beck for  “How to Draw Pumpkins”

3D YOUTH ART – GRADES 3-5

1st Place – Thayer Katahara Stewart for “Saimin? It’s What’s For Dinner”

2nd Place – Abby Warren  for “Whale”

3rd Place – Kendra Lee  for “Piano”

2D YOUTH ART – GRADES 6-8

1st Place – Jamie Valderas for  “A Tired Portrait”

2nd Place – Liam Crouch  for “Celebration of Culture”

3rd Place – Ally Gong  for “Food”

Honorable Mention -Ximena Cruz for “Sunset Feels”

Honorable Mention – Ellie Krawczyk for “Petals and Thorns”

3D YOUTH ART – GRADES 6-8

1st Place – Liam Crouch for  “Elder”

2nd Place – Isaac Miller for  “Peacock on a Pyramid”

3rd Place – Fiona Mullen for “Platypus Sculpture”

2D YOUTH ART – GRADES 9-12

1st Place –  Emma Howlett for “Beneath a Marbled Sky”

2nd Place – Molly Grauer for “Unrequited Love”

3rd Place – Kathie Wu  (untitled painting)

Honorable Mention – Julia Neils  for “Do You See What I See?”

Honorable Mention – Jianyi Du for  “Jay Chou”

3D YOUTH ART – GRADES 9-12

1st Place – Frankie Loung for  “Only in a Blooming Dream”

2nd Place – Quinn Klijn  for “Assimilation”

3rd Place – Jasmine Harrick for “Once Upon a Time”

People’s Choice Youth Art Award- Julia Neils  for “Do You See What I See?”

DISTRICT CALENDAR AWARDS
The following youth artists will have images of their submitted artworks featured in color in the 2019-2020 Shoreline School District Calendar which is sent to every family in the District. Calendar awards were selected by School District Public Information Officer, Curtis Campbell.

Shemmin Lau, for Runaway Bunny

Keegan Davison for Snowstorm in a Rainbow

Madeleine Scheidt for The Nature Table

Serena Strope for Happy Little Penguin

Maya Madlon for Milky Way House

Stella Claire Sullivan for Beta Fish

Violet Ho for Shape Painting

Nora King for Signs of Spring 

Ayla Bronsther for Who

Drew Boyd for A Dog Named Rerun

Francheska Luong for The Tree of Autumn

Ava Hernandez for Water Way

Zoe Leger for Color of Rain

Taylor Draper for Girl Power

Elana Bronsther for Butterflies

Mei Shumway for Create Your Own Sunshine

Liam Crouch for Elder

Sheridan Moore for Ancient Florals

Jasmine Harrick for Once Upon a Time

Frankie Luong for Only in a Blooming Dream

Julia Neils for Do You See What I See

Emma Howlett for Beneath a Marbled Sky

Sadie McArthur for Community