Tidepools names winners

  • Monday, March 24, 2014 11:31am
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The editors of Tidepools, Peninsula College’s art, music, and literary magazine, recently announced the winners of the 2012 contest.

The magazine features art, photography, poetry, short prose and music by Olympic Peninsula residents.

It is produced by the students of Peninsula College with support from the Peninsula Daily News and the Associated Student Council.

Adult and Peninsula College student first-, second- and third-place winners are:

• Adult Prose

1. “Spirit Soup,” Beffa Ommaya Wyldemoon

2. “The Land Baron,” Jon Eekhoff

3. “The War Correspondent,” Richard Seaman

• Adult Poetry

1. “A Different Shore,” Jason Squire

2. “Penance,” Suzann Bick

3. “Handprints from 1973,” Kathy Anita Gonzales

• Adult Fine Art

1. “Coffee Table with Intarsia,” Evan Hill

2. “#6,” Aaron S. Kuntze

3. “Crows in the Sunflowers,” Ianthe Moul

• Adult Photography

1. “Suspended,” Kelly Flynn

2. “Rock Flower,” Kelly Flynn

3. “Figure Eight,” Judy Green

• Adult Digital Art

1. “Linear Continuum,” Ken Dry

2. “Ondulating Influence,” Ken Dry

3. “Renewal,” Cynthia Brooke

• Music

1. “Summer’s Lament,” Belinda Rumble

2. “Seven Sisters,” Howly Slim

3. “Never Again,” Josh Scully

• Peninsula College Student Fine Art

1. “Somewhere,” Amy Pandole

2. “Binge and Purge,” Robin Moreau

3. “Impression Vase,” Kaitlyn Walter

• Peninsula College Student Photography

1. “Stare Down,” Nora Williams

2. “Good Day for Blue,” Sarah Lindquist

3. “Hawaii Footprints,” Nina Haggerty

• Peninsula College Student Writing

1. “The Unknown War,” David Schuchardt

2. “The Long Walk,” Haile McLaughlin

3. “Momma’s Love,” Sean Prizeman

Winners in the Youth category are:

• Youth Writing, ages 6-9

“Skiing at Whistler, Canada,” Mayhsa Deol

• Youth Writing, ages 10-13

“Summer Peaches,” Sarah Baker

• Youth Writing, ages 14-17

“All the Money in My Pocket,” Dylan Eekhoff

• Youth Art, ages 6-9

“Rainbow Spiral,” Luka Copland

• Youth Art, ages 10-13

“Rainbow Reflection,” Isabella Monger

• Youth Art, ages 14-17

“Summer Mornings,” Kathryn Moseley

 

• Music

1. “Summer’s Lament,” Belinda Rumble

2. “Seven Sisters,” Howly Slim

3. “Never Again,” Josh Scully

 

The Tidepools editors are reviewing all submitted materials and selecting additional pieces to appear in this year’s magazine.

The 2012 issue tentatively is scheduled to be released June 7.

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