Bonney Lake High, Glacier Middle School students place in Pierce County Library art contest

More than 672 pieces of art and writing were submitted for the Pierce County Library's "Own Own Expressions" writing and art contest.

'Your Bones' by Glacier Middle School student Katherine Hunter

'Your Bones' by Glacier Middle School student Katherine Hunter

More than 672 pieces of art and writing were submitted for the Pierce County Library’s “Own Own Expressions” writing and art contest.

The winning pieces of the contest will be available to view at 7 p.m. on May 27 at Pacific Lutheran University’s Lagerquist Concert Hall.

Katherine Hunter, a Glacier Middle School eigth grader, placed first in the 7th and 8th grade art category with her piece, “Your Bones.”

Katlyn Daniels, Bonney Lake High School sophomore, placed second in the 9th and 10th grade art category with her colored pencil drawing, “Savannah Rose.”

Katie Lasko, Bonney Lake High School senior, placed first in the 11th and 12th grade art category for her colored pencil drawing, “Oh Honey.”

Claire DeFrancesco placed first in the 9th and 10th grade art category for her pastel painting, “Landscape of my Soul.”

If you placed in the Our Own Expressions competition and would like to submit your work to the Courier Herald, contact Ray Still at rstill@courierherald.com

 


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