Olympic Christian School students Ellie Smith, left, and Coco Broker display some of their artwork at the school’s recent Art Festival. Smith took top honors in the seventh-/eighth-grade division with her “Galactic Gradients” painting, while Broker placed second with her painting, “The Magnificent Mountains.” Photo courtesy of Olympic Christian School

Olympic Christian School students Ellie Smith, left, and Coco Broker display some of their artwork at the school’s recent Art Festival. Smith took top honors in the seventh-/eighth-grade division with her “Galactic Gradients” painting, while Broker placed second with her painting, “The Magnificent Mountains.” Photo courtesy of Olympic Christian School

Olympic Christian School selects winners at 2019 Art Festival

Olympic Christian School recently heralded their top student artists, naming winners of the school’s 2019 Art Festival in early May.

Winners included (by grade, name, title and medium):

Kindergarten — 1. Hudson McGinley, “Going for a Swim” (mixed); 2. Liam Blei, “Woof-Woof in the Snow” (mixed); 3. Emily Means, “Godly Elephant” (mixed)

First grade — 1. Julia Myers, “God’s Sky” (mixed); 2. Jaxon Horness, “Gray Fox” (pastel); 3. Memry Noel, “God’s Planet” (mixed)

Second grade — 1. Zoe Truckenmiller, “Rodeo the Rock Star Horse” (mixed); 2. Dominic Thomas, “Tee-pee of Fire” (mixed); 3. Connor White, “Linoe the Happy Lion” (mixed)

Third grade — 1. Zoe Truckenmiller, “My Winter Cup and I” (pastel); 2. Gracie Broker, “Red Cheeto’s Rose” (3D); 3. Liliana Newberg, “A Colorful Hand” (drawing)

Fourth grade — 1. Aiya Allen, “Christmas Cocoa” (pastels); 2. Jordan Crawford, “Pretty Cup” (pastels); 3. Sofia Myers, “Nature’s Beauty” (3D)

Fifth grade — 1. Sterling Shamp, “Bamboo Blast” (painting); 2. Jesse Widder, “Missing Pieces of the Past” (3D); 3. Jacob Shamp, “The Shiny Apple” (drawing)

Sixth grade — 1. Lauren Smith, “Fiber Flower” (3D); 2. Timothy VanProyen, “Seashellware” (3D); 3. Andrew Brown, “The Open Road” (drawing)

Seventh/eighth grade — 1. Ellie Smith, “Galactic Gradients” (painting); 2. Coco Broker, “The Magnificent Mountains” (painting); 3. Ephrem Ireland, “Spies in Service” (drawing).

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