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SV Artists compete in Triton Art Show

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              Five Southeast Valley Students recently competed in the Triton Art Show.  The art show is organized by the Iowa Central Community College art professors and includes artwork from the surrounding areas.  This is a very tough art show to be awarded in since most of the schools entering are from larger schools.  Even still Southeast Valley was awarded with three separate pieces. 

                First award of the day went to Junior Haley Studyvin who competed and won an award last year as well.  Haley won the award in the painting category for her piece titled “Good Boy” which is a painting of her dog and strongly captures the realistic texture of the fur.  The judge of the art show said Haley’s painting just jumped out to her and showed remarkable skill especially in the fur. Good BoyArt Award

                Seniors Keri Fiala and Sam Hemmestad were awarded together on a project they did while in sculpture class together.  The duo was tasked with recreating an animal mounted head.  Using various materials ranging from paper mache to model magic the two created Roy the T rex.  The massive sculpture was awarded in the sculpture category and both were given an award for their efforts.  Trex

                Last award of the day went to Senior Hailey Tuel.  The first art show Hailey has ever entered turned out to be a good one for her as she was awarded in the Drawing Category.  Her drawing of a truck hauling a tractor behind caught the judge’s eye right away.  The judge loved the perspective and the feeling of depth in her drawing which is why she was selected.  Pickup hauling tractorAll In all the Jaguar art program sent six projects to the art show.  Other artists selected were Allison True (still Life in the drawing category)Still art Chloe Hicks (painting of her catching)Catching and Grace Amos (sculpture of a waterfall)Waterfall.  The Jaguars really represented themselves well with half of entries receiving awards in a tough area art show.

 

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