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The Museums of Los Gatos 2014 Santa Clara County-wide High School Art Exhibition

2014 Santa Clara County-wide High School Art Exhibition

In this third annual county-wide competition, The Museums of Los Gatos asks young artists to contemplate the idea that art is a conversation and to visually communicate their answers.

Congratulations to our winners
Voting for people’s choice
This year’s theme

Congratulations to this year’s winners of the 2014 County-Wide High School Juried Exhibition!

Kane Tanaka

Best in Show: Kane Tanaka from Westmont High

People's Choice Winner

People's Choice: Lauren Park from Pioneer High School

1st Place Winners

1st Place Winners (Pictured from left to right)

  • Nate Cook, Palo Alto High, Sculpture
  • Christine Pruett, Leigh High School, Drawing & Prints
  • Lauren Park, Pioneer High School, Painting
  • Kane Tanaka, Westmont High School, Best in Show
  • Han (April) Ding, Cupertino High School, Mixed Media
  • Tiffany Wu, Los Altos High School, Photography
  • Luke Tsai, Piedmont Hills High School, New Media
2nd Place Winners

2nd Place Winners (Pictured from left to right)

  • Chengshu (Cathy) Zhang, Homestead High School, Painting
  • Harriet Cassell, Lynbrook High, Sculpture/Ceramics
  • Audey Shen, Henry M. Gunn, New Media
  • Jilhae (Iris) Yoon, Westmont High School, Mixed Media
  • Hope Moseley, Mountain View High School, Photography
  • Laura Shea, Los Altos High School, Reflection

Vote for who you think should win the People’s Choice Award!

The deadline for voting is May 11 at 5 pm and the winner will be announced the week after the closing. Cast your vote here!

Response: Art is a Conversation

We congratulate the following students for participating this year:

  • Alcantara, Alyanah
  • Arabaci, Levent
  • Askhatova, Ardak
  • Bake, Aryamitra
  • Beard, William
  • Behar, Jacob
  • Boadwee, Gloria
  • Brenny, Katie
  • Brunton, Maya
  • Campbell, Chase
  • Cassell, Harriet
  • Chen, Erin
  • Alcantara, Alyanah
  • Cheng, Amanda
  • Choi, Jane
  • Cook, Nate
  • Covey, Joseph
  • Cramer, Roy
  • Dello Buono, Esther
  • Dillon, Katie
  • Ding, Han
  • Duncan, Rachel
  • Enkhsarnai, Enerel
  • Gallagher, Erin
  • Garcia, Adrian
  • Gonzales, Sienna
  • Gravett, Jason
  • Greene, Matthew
  • Hansen, Andrea
  • Hsu, Rebecca
  • Kerr, Lauren
  • Knowles, Hannah
  • Kuta, Sofia
  • Kwon, Sophia
  • Lee, Chieh En (Kelly)
  • Lee, Monika
  • Lee, Youjin
  • Levin Yuri
  • Lin, Franny
  • Lopez, Hector
  • Luke, Tsai
  • McNelis, Madeline
  • Minjarez, Gabriel
  • Moseley, Hope
  • Moss, Savannah
  • Moulds, Riley
  • Nguyen, Sabrina
  • Paley, Allison
  • Park, Lauren
  • Park, Yoon
  • Pruett, Christine
  • Rudolph, Nolan
  • Sandoval, Sandra
  • Shea, Laura
  • Shen, Audey
  • Steck, Meagan
  • Tanaka, Kane
  • Teng, Lindsy
  • Vendelin, Nicole
  • Vikhliantsev, Valerie
  • Wang, Katherine
  • Wang, Kelly
  • Wu, Tiffany
  • Yoon, Jihae (Iris)
  • Zhang, Chengshu

2014 High School Catalogue

2014 High School Catalogue

By The Museums of Los Gatos

78 pages, published 5/6/2014

The 2014 Annual Santa Clara County High School Juried Art Exhibition catalog.
This year’s theme: Response: Art is a Conversation

This Year’s Theme

The mission of the Annual High School Juried Art Exhibition is to give creative individuals an opportunity to gain real-world experience at presenting artwork in a competitive environment. Artists are continually inspired by questions and ideas provoked by other artists and artworks or by the world around them. We asked the high school students of Santa Clara County, “What are the issues or conversations that spark your creativity?” Students submitted their artwork under 6 categories and the top 67 artworks were juried into the exhibition by our judges, James Morgan, Instructor in Digital Media at San Jose State University and the Director of Arts Virtua, Katherine Aoki, Associate Professor of Art at Santa Clara University, and Kristin Lindseth, Instructor of Art at Mission College and the Triton Museum of Art. Professional-development scholarships totaling $10,000 are awarded to a Best in Show, People’s Choice, and 1st and 2nd place winners in the six categories: Painting, Photography, Drawings/Prints, New Media, Mixed Media, and 3D Sculpture/Ceramics.

San Jose Mercury News Article

This Year’s Winners


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