|Sunday Supper, Erica Kim, Memorial High|
Artwork by 11 elementary, middle and high school students in Spring Branch ISD will be on public display in Hayloft Gallery at Reliant Park during the upcoming Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. The Rodeo will be held this year from March 3-22.
The student finalists were named after SBISD hosted its annual K-12 Rodeo Art Exhibit at the Altharetta Yeargin Art Museum, which drew hundreds of students and family members during a public viewing and official Rodeo judging session earlier this month.
|Rodeo Clowns, Kush Mireles, Frostwood Elementary|
Students awarded Best of Show, Gold Medal and Special Merit will have their art displayed in the Hayloft Gallery. Later, student artworks from across the Houston region will be chosen during Grand Prix judging for the Rodeo Art Auction which can result in six-figure bids and thousands of dollars in student scholarships.
District student winners headed to the Houston Rodeo for public display include:
Best of Show – Kush Mireles, Frostwood Elementary
Gold Medal – Alanis Ochoa, Woodview Elementary
Best of Show – Kathryn Love, Memorial Middle
Middle School Gold Medal – Julia Boyles, Spring Branch Middle
Best of Show – Erica Kim, Memorial High
Gold Medal – Julia Delaney and David Salas, both of Memorial High
Special Merit – Flora Theroux-Chabuel, Ben Gold, Ruiyang Liu and Ashley Park, all of Memorial High School
SBISD art teachers whose students are represented in the Rodeo Show include Jane Salinas, Kathleen Frith, Lynn Ludlam, Elisa Berry, Cathleen May and Marilyn Guerinot.