The contest recognizes the artistic achievements of students in Northwest Houston.

Carroll Academy — “Spring Chickens” by Naomi Villarreal

[dropcap color=”#888″ type=”square”]T[/dropcap]he Volunteer Guild of the [icons icon_name=”icon-external-link” icon_size=”14px”]Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts recently named the winners of the ninth annual Student Art Contest and Juried Exhibition.

Naomi Villarreal from Carroll Academy brought home the Jurors’ Selection prize.

The Museum will award prizes to the winners at a ceremony set for May 1 at The Centrum, which is located at Cypress Creek Christian Community Center.

A reception for the students and their parents followed at the Pearl Museum.

Aldine ISD Winner

Prize: Jurors’ Selection
Student: Naomi Villarreal
Artwork Title: Spring Chickens
Campus: Carroll Academy
Teacher: Sarah Kersh

Hundreds of students in the area compete in the annual contest. Professional artists and art teachers adjudicate the students’ works.

Judging Criteria

[ul class=”list list-search”] [li]Technique[/li] [li]Personal expression[/li][/ul]

[ul class=”list list-search”] [li]Organization & integration[/li] [li]Accepted media included drawing, painting, printmaking, and mixed media, including collage.[/li][/ul]

The Jurors’ Selection will be displayed in the Foyer of the [icons icon_name=”icon-external-link” icon_size=”14px”]Pearl Fincher Museum.

For more information, visit the Pearl Fincher website.

Congratulations to Naomi and Ms. Kersh!

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Read about the [icons icon_name=”icon-external-link” icon_size=”14px”]Anderson Academy student that won in 2015.