OCS students show creative flair

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Olympic Christian School students celebrated creativity at the school’s annual art show.

On Feb. 11-12, the show judges feted OCS students for their artistic flair. Below are the results, by grade level and placing:


1. Isabelle Sill, “Fishbowl”
2. Ellie Decker, “The Baker”
3. Adrian Brown, “The Cake Man”

First grade

1. Greta Christianson, “Hot Cat”
2. Noelani Rediger, “The Beautiful Cat of Love”
3. Jordan Thompson, “The Great Blue Sea”

Second grade

1. Mercedes Short, “Little Grey Kitten”
2. Jasmine Mathis, “Snow Day”
3. Jaiden Dougherty, “The Shiny Day”

Third grade

1. Matthew Tiemersma, “Holy Spirit”
2. Josh Jones, “Antelope in the Sunset”
3. Hollund Bailey, “Star of Faith”

Fourth grade

1. Jane Rudzinski, “God Bless This Winter Day”
2. Carson Wilder, “Snowy Cardinal”
3. Lily Robertson, “The Father’s Fall”

Fifth grade

1. Mikaela Dodson, “Faith of Two Sisters”
2. Haylie Newton, “Sunrise With the Savior”
3. Amy Tucker, “The Hunt for Faith”

Sixth grade

1. Christine VanProyen, “Taj Maheart”
2. Annie Robertson, “Rainbow Savior”
3. Erik Smith, “Sand Storm”

Junior/senior high

1. Ben Engel, “Chat Thrush on a Branch”
2. Andrew Walker, “1994 Toyota Supra”
3. Lora Rudzinski, “Charming Chickadee”

Best in Show, elementary

Painting — Sara Tiemersma, “Tree in the Winter Blue”
Drawing — Annie Robertson, “Rainbow Savior”
Mixed media — Matthew Tiemersma, “Holy Spirit”
Fiber — Mikaela Dodson, “Faith of Two Sisters”

Best in Show, junior/senior high

Painting — Levi Schweithale, “My First Work”
Drawing — Ben Engel, “Chat Thrush on a Branch
Mixed media — Ame Breitbach, “On the Road”

People’s Choice Awards

Elementary, Feb. 11 — Christine VanProyen
Elementary, Feb. 12 — Amy Tucker
Junior/senior high, Feb. 11 — Lora Rudzinski
Junior/senior high, Feb. 12 — Andrew Walker

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