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Current Museum Exhibit



Young Masters

Statewide, High School Art Competition and Exhibition

 

April 11 through May 10, 2014

 

By Mary Alice Hobbs

 

 

      High school students took many voyages in their imagination to produce works in all media for the Brigham City Museum’s “Young Masters” statewide art competition and exhibition. The artists created pieces about the rhapsody of a duck, prosthetics, a winged lion, gourmet Japanese food, a mystical blue mountain volcano and a paper falcon.

      Artworks accepted for exhibition will hang in the museum through May 10. The museum is located at 24 North 300 West. The entrance is on the west side. Hours are Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Admission is free. For further information, please phone (435) 226-1439 or visit www.brighamcitymuseum.org.         

      Adrian Van Suchtelen, Utah State University professor emeritus, was the juror for “Young Masters” and selected the following students for awards in the two-dimensional category, specifically painting and drawing:

      Brenna Wadsworth, First Place, Sky View, “Ye Olde Crayon Box”; Lindsey Kimball, Second Place, Sky View, “Artistic Pile of Rubbish”; Jared Emery, Third Place, Logan, “Coffee Still Life”; Tyler Devenport, Merit Award, Sky View, “A Window Back”; Heather Davenport, Merit Award, Sky View, “Delicious Pear”; and Emma Wardle, Merit Award, Sky View, “Lake Powell.”

            Winners in photography are Alex Mellenthin, First Place, Logan, “Graffiti 1”; Alisha Wright, Second Place, Logan, “The Orphan”; Jojo Jocelin Ong, Third Place, Logan, “QiQi”; Kylie Allen, Merit Award, Mountain Crest, “Accumulation”; Zoey Sacre, Merit Award, Box Elder, “The Watcher”; Jordyn Brown, Merit Award, Box Elder, “Serenity”; My Nguyen, Merit Award, Logan, “Raine’s”; and Ryon Christensen, Merit Award, Box Elder, “Outcast.”

Honors for three-dimensional artwork, which includes sculpture, ceramics and jewelry, went to Jordan Hooten, First Place, Logan South Campus, “Withdrawn”; RyAnn Burnett, Second Place, Bear River, “Society”; Tyson Shaw, Third Place, Bear River, “Mystical Blue Mountain Volcano”; Lydia Tullis, Merit Award, Mountain Crest, “Automne”; Kayden Millsap, Merit Award, Bear River, “Halo”; and James Snyder, Merit Award, Mountain Crest, “Harmony.

 

***Photo: “Artistic Pile of Rubbish” by Lindsey Kimball, Sky View High School