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Southwest Washington Regional High School Art Show winners announced

The Columbian

MOUNTAIN VIEW — On March 16, Educational Service District 112 rolled out the virtual red carpet for the 2022 Southwest Washington Regional High School Art Show. Hosted on YouTube, Superintendent Tim Merlino welcomed guests to this year’s virtual event. Viewers had a chance to see award-winning pieces in addition to hearing from participating artists.

Regional winners will compete against entries from around Washington in the virtual Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction Art Show. The gallery will go live on April 29, and the awards ceremony will take place May 26.

In addition to the recognition from ESD 112, all student artists who were recognized with an award in this year’s show also received scholarships from the Department of Art + Design at Central Washington University, and/or Pacific Northwest College of Art.

The following local students received the highest average scores from the judges and will represent the Southwest Region. The number of regional winners is determined by the total number of pieces in the regional show.

Trinity Archer of Camas High School for “Portrait.” Taylor Armstrong of Mountain View High School for “Land Conservation.” Patricia Catacutan of Ridgefield High School for “The Real Me that You See.” JoJo Hughes of Ridgefield High School for “Self Portrait.” Sabrina Joner of La Center High School for “Temple of Blossoms.” Isaac Lewis of Ridgefield High School for “Up in Smoke and Ash.” Macx Ong of Camas High School for “Insides.” Katelyn Pattison of La Center High School for “A Final Farewell” and “Steamboat On the River.” Manuel Sanchez of Mountain View High School for “Creating Myself.” Audrey Stenger of Vancouver School of Arts and Academics for “Star Balloons.” And a final student from Mountain View High School who wished to remain anonymous, for “Ending Pollution.”


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