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P.C. picks student art show winners

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 4.

The exhibit runs through today, June 18.

The exhibition features 80 works of art and represents a variety of styles, formats, and mediums.

Awards were given for Best of Show, Best of 2-D, Best of 3-D, and Best of Photography/Digital Art. Four Honorable Mentions were also awarded. This year’s judge was Jake Seniuk, former director of the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center.

“I look forward to this show every year,” PC Art Professor Michael Paul Miller said. “It’s exciting to experience the diversity and unique perspectives of the student art in the gallery.”

Cash awards were made possible by the Peninsula College Foundation and its donors. Honorable mention winners were given gift certificates from Olympic Stationers.

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

Award winners are:

• Best of Show

Artwork: Portrait of Victor Chocquet

Artist: Gabriel Carey

• Best of 2-D

Artwork: Crow

Artist: Julianne Miller

• Best of 3-D

Artwork: Plague Doctor

Artist: Eddy Bartley

• Best of Photography/Digital Art

Artwork: Madison Falls

Artist: Christopher Lee Enges

• President’s Merit Award

Artwork: Abhoth

Artist: Eulalia Engel

• Best of “Water” Theme

Artwork: Rise Up

Artist: Sarah Lindquist

• Honorable Mention

Artwork: Cognition

Artist: April Watkins

• Honorable Mention

Artwork: Light in the Darkness

Artist: Geovany Miguel

• Honorable Mention

Artwork: What Do You See?

Artist: Makayla Descala

• Honorable Mention

Artwork: A Study in Religion

Artist: Christy Fagundes


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