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ISD 882 selects Artists of the Season

ISD 882, with the help of our visual arts instructors, will be recognizing the artistic talents and hard work of our art students each season.  The visual arts instructors, as well as the district, believe that art is for everyone, and we want to spotlight our students who go above and beyond. 

Starting with this fall, Outstanding Visual Arts Students will be selected seasonally. The students will be recognized at a Monticello School Board meeting, and their work will be displayed in our schools, in the district board room, and throughout various social media outlets as well as our school website.

The first honorees were recognized at the December 2 school board meeting. They were:

Little Mountain Elementary

Sienna Dingman, 2nd Grade
Subject: Apple Still Life
Medium: Tempera paint and oil pastel

Pinewood Elementary

Millicent Taylor, 1st Grade
Subject: Pumpkin Still Life
Medium: Oil pastel and watercolor paint; resist technique

Monticello Middle School

Mackenzie Brendemuhl, 7th Grade
Subject: Clay Mug Face
Medium: Clay and Glaze

Subject: Painting with a Purpose - Lions Club competition themed Journey to Peace
Medium: Acrylic Paint

Monticello High School

Skye Dingman, 11th Grade
Title: Floral Skull
Medium: Acrylic Paint

Eve Miller, 9th Grade
Title: Double Pinch Pot Animal Sculpture
Medium: Painted Stoneware