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Student Art Exhibition

Celebrating a new generation of artists

A key element of the Festival’s mission is to promote exposure to art and art education to the youth in our community. Partnering with the Edmonds School District, the Festival is one of the pioneer events in the United States that displays more than 1,000 pieces of art from K-12 students. The 2017 gallery showcased art from 32 Edmonds School District schools, seven private schools and individual home-schooled students residing within the boundaries of the Edmonds School District. Awards of excellence were proudly sponsored by the Port of Edmonds. Peoples Bank sponsors the Student Art Award Presentations—on the Amphitheater stage.

2017 Winners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 Poster Winner

Mandy Branum, Grade 2, Martha Lake Elementary School

Mandy Branum, this year’s student poster artist, created “Wild Flower Meadow” with acrylic paints using sponges, paint brushes, and her finger tips. Posters featuring her art are available in the Festival Store.

Lea Abandonato, College Place Middle School, grade 7, Henna Giraffes
Erika Andrade, Lynnwood High School, grade 11, Modern Classic
Soo Vin Baik, Alderwood Middle School, grade 7, Fox
Vitaliy Belogub, Mountlake Terrace Elementary, grade 3, The Blue Jay
Annslea Bixler, Seaview Elementary, grade 4, Coil Mask
Danielle Bragg, Homeschool, grade 9, A Stroll on the Beach
Mandy Branum, Martha Lake Elementary, grade 2, Wild Flower Meadow
Carlos Brown, Madrona K-8, grade 2, City Scape
Zaryab Bushra, Lynnwood High School, grade 9, Day of the Dead Woman
Gabriel Castoe, Mountlake Terrace High School, grade 12, Chalice of the Many Faced God
Mitchell Cook, Seaview Elementary, grade 6, Deep Sea
Anderson Gahan, Brighton School, grade 2, Rico the Rhino
Ella Goeden, Terrace Park Elementary, grade 6, Opposites Attract
Josh Golveo, Alderwood Middle School, grade 8, Blue Bird Rattle
Madyson Hedman, Edmonds-Woodway High School, grade 11, Prime Opportunity
Joeris Hofman, Hazelwood Elementary, grade K, Self-Portrait
Clare Kaiyala, Mountlake Terrace High School, grade 9, Golden Shadows
Emily Kang, Edmonds-Woodway High School, grade 9, Deep in Thought

Niko Kester, Seaview Elementary, grade 4, The Lion
Devlyn Larsen, Meadowdale High School, grade 12, Heritage
Mina Lee, College Place Middle School, grade 8, Bright Day
Charlotte Manning, Edmonds Elementary, grade K, Untitled
Helena Medina, eLearning Academy, grade 7, Foxes Night
Brandon Mendez, Cedar Valley Community School, grade 6, Aztec Art
Sophia Nelson, Mountlake Terrace High, grade 12, Beginning
Caylen Nguyen, Alderwood Middle School, grade 7, Panda Plate
Angelia Pedersen, Maplewood K-8, grade 1, Owl Design
Ian Pirie, Soundview School, grade 5, Honu by the Sea
Eric Rodriguez, Lynnwood High School, grade 9, Heart of Snakes
Stephen Smith, Edmonds-Woodway High School, grade 12, Paranoia
Nicole Strickland, Lynnwood High School, grade 9, Owl on Log
Emma Sum, EdmondsWoodway High School, grade 12, Look Up
Peter Tsanev, Edmonds-Woodway High School, grade 11, If You Didn’t Get Dirty, You Didn’t Play
Marko Vuckovic, Meadowdale High School, grade 10, Eye of the Storm
Adrianna Waller, Martha Lake Elementary, grade 1, Multi-Cultural Kids

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