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Peninsula College fetes student artists


Exhibitors in the annual Peninsula College Student Art Show were feted in a special celebration and awards ceremony in the PUB Gallery of Art on June 6.

The exhibition of student artwork ran through June 12 and featured 67 works of art by 32 students. Awards were given for Best of Show, Best of 2-D, Best of 3-D, and Best of Photography. Five Honorable Mentions also were awarded. This year’s judge was Robin Anderson, director of the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center.

A special award, the President’s Merit Award, also was presented, and the winning art piece was selected by P.C. President Dr. Luke Robins.

The winning artists and their artwork include:
Best of Show — $100
Artwork: “Repose”
Artist: Sage Brown, Sequim
President’s Merit Award — $50
Artwork: “The Crows View”
Artist: Heidi Redfield, Sequim
Best of Photo/Digital Art — $50
Artwork: “I Told You”
Artist: Amy McIntyre, Port Angeles
Best of 3-D — $50
Artwork: “Jomona”
Artist: Carolynn Brock, Port Angeles
Best of 2-D — $50
Artwork: “God Givith and God Takith Away … Poor Mr. Snuggle”
Artist: Todd Abendroth, Port Angeles
Honorable Mention
Artwork: “Matt Bellamy”
Artist: Hannah Foxe, Sequim
Honorable Mention
Artwork: “WWJPD”
Artist: Todd Abendroth, Port Angeles
Honorable Mention
Artwork: “General Cadenas Veer”
Artist: Eddy Bartley, Forks
Honorable Mention
Artwork: “Wish You Were Here”
Artist: Heather Conway, Port Angeles
Honorable Mention
Artwork: “The Crows View”
Artist: Heidi Redfield, Sequim
The cash awards were made possible by the Peninsula College Foundation and its donors, and Honorable Mentions were given gift certificates from Olympic Stationers.

Other students who had artwork on exhibit included Jessica Banzet, Samantha Conlin, Krystina Davis, Radhiah Fathaniah, J. Foster, Eri Ikeda, Mary James, Abigail Jones, Brooke Kettle, Corey Lubrie, Alexander Miles, Katie Oliver, Frankie Reed, Molly Riverstone, David Rodriguez, Cassandra Roland, Elijah Sanford, Gabriel Sanwald, Ruby Trinh, Michaela Unruh, Sandralee “Pink” Wasous, Marissa Wilson, Joshua Wisner and Kristopher Young.

“The 2013 PC Student Art Shows reflected the creativity and diverse interests of Peninsula College students, which are made visual through varied styles, formats, and mediums,” said P.C. associate art professor Michael Paul Miller.

“What remains constant is the individual emotional and/or spiritual connection that fine art has always created between artist and viewer. This human connection persists across time, schools, styles, movements, and theories, making it an essential part of visual experience,” Miller added.
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