“Self Portrait” by Jaeden Tongco, Kamiak High School (Schack Art Center)

“Self Portrait” by Jaeden Tongco, Kamiak High School (Schack Art Center)

Schack honors Young Artists

Hundreds of teens will have their award-winning work displayed as part of the Scholastic Art Awards.

Schack honors Young Artists

Schack Art Center highlights outstanding young artists at the annual Scholastic Art Awards & Exhibit, Feb. 12 to March 4. The gallery is at 2921 Hoyt Ave., Everett.

Out of more than 800 regional entries submitted for 2018, the jurors selected five outstanding pieces as the American Vision Nominee/Best of Show recipients for Snohomish County:

“The Forest,” Clare Kaiyala, sophomore, Mountlake Terrace High School

“Resavada,” Maremi Meerova, sophomore, Kamiak High School

“Picture Perfect,” Brandy Rendon-Villagomez, senior, Everett High School

“Self Portrait,” Jaeden Tongco, sophomore, Kamiak High School

“On the Road,” Kira Walters, senior, Everett High School

The $1,500 Susan Jane Russell Art Scholarship was offered to Nicole Anderson, a senior at Henry M. Jackson High School, who won several awards in this year’s contest. Anderson will have her own display section, starting Feb. 7, at the gallery.

Gold Key recipients: Maria Hinojo (Cascade); Ken Razo (Edmonds Woodway); Brandy Rendon-Villagomez, Kira Walters (Everett); Lindsay Ardry, Avary Baughn, Nathanial Bui, Amelia Ebling, Kimberly Freitas, Tara Reckling, Mia Tukey (Glacier Peak); Rochelle Holland, Eleena McRae (Harbour Pointe Middle); Nicole Anderson, Hannah Han, Heidi Kim (Jackson); Abigail Dahl (homeschool, Everett); Emily Kang, Edward Lee, Jonghun Lee, Sangwoo Park (2), Chris Shin, Hyunbee Shin, Kayla Shin (J Art Academy); Griffen Gonzales, Tania Kerpan, Angie Kim, Anna Leibrand, Maremi Meerova, Jaeden Tongco, Lauren Towner, Tomas Urvizo, Jocelyn Youn (Kamiak); Alex Fleming (Lake Stevens); Angela Lee (Long Gao Art Studio); Anna Pizzuto (Lynnwood); April Wheeler (Marysville Pilchuck); Natasha Connaughton, Taylor Dobbins, Brianne Wallace, Xuan Zhou (Meadowdale); Olga Clavell, Veronica Daudelin, Cheyanne Foster, Azucena Lazaro, Liana Lobchinskiy, Audrey Michaelsen (Monroe); Clare Kaiyala, Flynn Thomas (3) (Mountlake Terrace); Grace Fujita, Shruti Sridhar (North Creek); Marina Yinug (Port Susan Middle); Emma Picard (2) (Sky Valley Education Center); Izah DeFigh, Jaycee Isenhart, Samantha Reynolds, Savannah Zerbel (Snohomish); Gracie Brennan, Samantha Pierce, Emily Ringness (Stanwood); Amiya McLean (The Art Workshop); Darina Bulbotka, Maysin Davenport, Daniela Nava Granda, Victor Zuniga (Voyager Middle)

Silver Key recipients: Cole Andersen, Sam Barnes, Elise Bingay, Andrew Culver, Cindy Gonzalez, Maria Hinojo, Alchemie Mercer, Dylan Parker, Krista Schafte (Cascade); Faith Lehde, Tina Masoum (2), Ken Razo (Edmonds Woodway); Sophia Nunn (Everett); Amy Didok (Explorer Middle); Conner Barrett, Avary Baughn, Breaonna Brask (2), Izzy deGrasse, Kelsie Engen, Nate McGaw, Elisha Mitchell, Tara Reckling (2), Genevieve Schmidt (2), Nate Spurling (2), Mia Tukey, Cooper Walker, Brooke Wallace (Glacier Peak); Katelyn Wallace (Harbour Pointe Middle); Nicole Anderson (3), Andrew Hyun, Serena Quinlan (Jackson); Abigail Dahl (2) (homeschool, Everett); Ryan Ahn, Alexis Kang, Annette Lee, Sangwoo Park (J Art Academy); Seanna Brown, Connie Chen, Nadia Domnina, Jennifer Han, Tania Kerpan, Abigail Kizziar, Olivia Kuoch, Ambrose Leiske, Antonio Mejia Wolf, Madelyn Olson, Maxim Tarasov (Kamiak); Aaron Eastman (Lake Stevens); Angela Lee (Long Gao Art Studio); Jen Diaz, David Nelson-Leang (Lynnwood); Giselle Iseli (Madrona K-8); Mariama Conteh, Daniela Esparza, Sedona Hino, Trevor McNamara, Phuong Nguyen (Mariner); Liliana Sablan (Marysville Arts and Technology); Hannah Farris (2), Kendall Lien (Marysville Pilchuck); Nicholaus Hart, Adriana Valadez (Meadowdale); Erin Langley, Anne Lara, Azucena Lazaro, Rebekah Overbay, John Rio, Rilaya Rorebeck (Monroe); Ryan Coffman (Mountlake Terrace); Kaylie Simpson, Marina Yinug (Port Susan Middle); Emma Picard (2), Hailey Taylor, Lauren Treit (Sky Valley Education Center); Jamie Bartelheimer, Olivia Botsch, Haley Campbell, Kinslee Gallatin, Hannah McKinley, Grace Personeus, Katelyn Yeoman (Snohomish); Baylee Bickford, Alexandra Breed (2), Gracie Brennan, Madisyn Conrad, Kimber Jansma, Ariel Jumper, Mykaila Petersen, Samantha Pierce (Stanwood); Grace Winter (Stanwood Middle); Angie Kim (Studio S Fine Arts); Amiya McLean (The Art Workshop); Jordyn Danitschek, Marin Waldo, Hadden Young (Valley View Middle); Christine Pham, Angelica Subillaga, Victor Zuniga (Voyager Middle)

Find a list of honorable mentions — and an online gallery of all the honorees’ works — at www.schack.org.

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