”Butterfly Girl” (digital art) by Angela Miller of Pasco, the Best of Show honor recipient at the 2021 Peninsula College Student Art Exhibition. Submitted art

”Butterfly Girl” (digital art) by Angela Miller of Pasco, the Best of Show honor recipient at the 2021 Peninsula College Student Art Exhibition. Submitted art

Peninsula College student art shines in exhibition

The 2021 Peninsula College Student Art Exhibition features 36 artworks composed from a variety of mediums that show a glimpse into the diverse creative directions of student artists.

With artwork ranging from surrealism and unique photographic perspectives to a functional snail tea set, this show has engaging new views to offer, exhibit organizers say.

The virtual exhibition can be viewed on the Peninsula College PUB Gallery of Art Facebook page at facebook.com/Peninsula-College-PUB-Gallery-of-Art-208708789151521. Award winners are as follows:

Best of Show — Angela Miller, Pasco

Best of 2-D — 1. David Avalos-Martinez, Forks; 2. Sophia Karena Mahan Buonamici, Port Townsend

Best of 3-D — 1. Grace Blaylock, Port Angeles; 2. Allison E Hunt, Port Angeles

Best of Photography/Digital Art — McKenzie Nelson, Smartsville, (Calif.); 2. Danielle Michelle Helms, Forks

President’s Merit Award — Blaylock

Honorable mentions — Miller; Elvina Taylor, Port Angeles; Jennifer Earnest, Port Townsend; Fiona O’Brien, Bellingham.

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