May 27, 2012 - StaffMore than 4,500 pieces of high school art were on display at the annual Wyoming State High School Art Symposium April 26-28 at the Casper Events Center.
In addition to the students, 105 high school art educators participated.
The Riverton High School Art students of Nancy Gray-Sinner and Mariane Vinich participated in the annual event taking student art work in following media: paintings, drawings, collage, pottery, stained glass, f used glass, sculpture and jewelry.
The following students won 64 blue ribbons at symposium, with many students winning several ribbons:
Gabrial Brewbaker, Dean Friday, Jerin Cooper, Shalan Crenshaw, Jordan Bilthoft, Brett St. John, Amber McIntyre, Marich Raymond, Sheridan Smith, Kirklyn Clark, Desiree Clark, Annie Phister, Asia Carr, Nakita Griebel, Kimberlyn Cole, Christa Richardson, Abigail Barlow, Taylor Hill, Taylor Hunt, Amy Woodward, Jaden Brummond, Morgan Hinkle, Katie Collins, Savona Zwiefelhofer, Kristen Wederski, Sheyla, Henry, Bree Olson, Kaitlyn Wells, Kyla Randall, Marcia Ashdown, Hannah Soll, Katelyn Florence, Krunal Patel, Chasley Morgan, Karmen Bastain, Jonah Prescott.
Along with the 64 blue ribbons three RHS students won additional awards:
• Hannah Soll: Artistic Discovery Congressional Art Award 20;
• Sheridan Smith: Artistic Discovery Congressional Art Award 30;
• Annie Phister: First Lady of Wyoming Art Award
The Congressional winners will have their work on display at the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne for six months, and Annie Phister's artwork will be on display at the Governor's Mansion in Cheyenne.
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