Art students compete in Visual Art Scholastic Event at East Central

This last Saturday we had 8 of our High School Art Students travel to East Central High School for the (VASE) Visual Art Scholastic Event Competition.  I am proud to announce that we had 7 of our 8 students get a rating 4 on at least 1 of their art pieces.  The highest possible score you can receive is a 4 to qualify for State Competition.  Each student had a one on one interview with an art juror where they explained the purpose and meaning of their work.  They also had to use their visual vocabulary to describe what Principles of Design & Formal Elements of Art they used in their compositions.  Although we didn’t have any student’s go on to state, all student’s did exceptional and exceeded expectations.  For being new to VASE, the students truly put their best effort into their work and made a mark for Lytle High School and its art program.  We are definitely looking forward to next year’s competition and bringing all kinds of new creativity.
 
Student’s who received a HIGH rating score of 4
 
Erin Bailey
“Virtually Blue”-Oil Pastels
“22 Stories High”-Acrylic Painting
 
Savannah Dyer
“I”-Graphite Drawing
“Him & I”-Graphite Drawing
 
Aaron Garcia
“Force of Color”-Marker
 
Brianna McDonald
“The Standard”-Graphite Pencil
“Enchantment”-Graphite Pencil & Prisma Color Pencil
 
Desirae Morales
“One of Many”-Prisma Color Pencil
 
Brandi Perkins
“#me”-Graphite Pencil
 
Kristen Villarreal
“Living In The Shadows”-Prisma Color Pencil
“Shrouded By Darkness”-Prisma Color Pencil
 
 
*Special Recognition
 
Hannah Apps
“Butterfly Dream”-Mixed Media
“Forever A Gibson”-Graphite Pencil
 
All artwork will be on display at Lytle High School and will also be at the District Showcase in April.
 
Congratulation Pirates!

Posted on March 4, 2014 and filed under Good News, Events.