DAVIS SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT EXHIBIT
OPENING RECEPTION APRIL 12 6 - 8 PM
AWARDS ANNOUNCED 7 PM
ON VIEW APRIL 12 - MAY 7 2019
Join us for a juried exhibit of art in all media by high school and junior high students from Davis School District. Winners will be announced at 7 PM at the reception, which runs 6 - 8 PM. Meet the artists and enjoy live music and refreshments!
Best in Show- Jarom Mollinet “Wearing the Pants”
Artist in Residence Award- Grace Prows
Junior High School Awards
Honorable Mentions- Jake Yoder “Broken Glass, Sierra Jones “Koi”, Sam Barlow “Xwing in Utah”, Breanna Mortensen “Startstruck”, and Hailey Mock “Valkyrie”
3rd Place- Molly Bodily “Baby Grand Piano”
2nd Place- Isabelle Macky “Hipster”
1st Place- Noémie Lambert-Houde “Moonlit Princess”
High School Awards by Category
3rd Place- Olivia Hunter “Dragon Joy Ride”
2nd Place- Karlyn Russon “Fading”
1st Place- Sarah Washburn “Baekhyun”
Honorable Mentions- Sarah Moore “Fish Bowl, Matthew Yazzie “RB Tea Pot”, Ben Cox “Golden Leaves”
3rd Place- Eli Knowlton “Pinuak”
2nd Place- Chase Stoddard “Untitled”
1st Place- Ashley Agren “This Old House”
Honorable Mentions- Anna Berrong “Representation in Fruition”, Aaliyah Curtis “Self Portrait”, Joana Sarda Malem “Octopus Girl”, Katelin Johnson “Maren’s Llama”, Kate Olsen “Eagle Eye”
3rd Place- Elise Deppe “Firebird, Sweet!”
2nd Place- Pablo Cruz “Pompei”
1st Place- Noelle Gunsay “The Worth of Every Soul”
3rd Place- Caeden Fillerup “A Floating Fantasy”
2nd Place- Cade Woolley “Lightsaber”
1st Place- Cade Woolley “Cherry Ring”
Honorable Mentions- Tage Rinehart “Exorbitance, Abby Youngberg “The Knots We Face”, Sarah Hays “Freddie Mercury”
3rd Place- Jarom Mollinet” Nomadic Novelty”
2nd Place- Aubrey Terry “Under the Wing”
1st Place- Eliza Bell “Where Soul Meets Body”
3rd Place- Elise Deppe “Cat”
2nd Place- Pablo Cruz “Muse Enclosed”
1st Place- Abigail Chambers “Sagittarius Bookends”
Honorable Mentions- Emily Goffe “Deliquesce”, Emily Erekson “Slip through one’s perspective”, Emilee Renfeldt “Striking Gaze”
3rd Place- Amal Ramic “Dark Ruins”
2nd Place- Tiana Young “Untitled”
1st Place- “Yuliana Hernadez “Realization”
FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS
Deliver accepted art work on March 28th, 29th, 30th, and April 1st from 12-5 PM to Bountiful Davis Art Center, 90 North Main Street, Bountiful. Artwork will not be accepted after this date. Loan forms must be filled out during drop-off so please allow time for this. Work can be dropped off by parents and/or students.
BDAC WILL ONLY ACCEPT ART THAT IS PROPERLY PREPARED. Read guidelines BELOW.
Pick-up dates are May 8th and 9th from 10-6 PM. Mark this on your calendar! BDAC cannot store art after this date and any remaining art will become the property of BDAC or be discarded.
D-rings should be attached 3-4 inches below the top of the frame (higher if the piece is very small).
All work must be presented ready-to-hang, any work not prepared according to directions will not be accepted
The hanging system needs to be wire attached with D Hooks. Attach the D Rings 3 - 4 inches below the top of the frame. Wire should not show above the piece when hanging.
Do NOT use sawtooth hangers.
Do NOT use "snap on" frames, corner-clips with glass or “easel” frames designed for tabletop use.
Photographs and all two-dimensional work on paper should be matted with neutral tones (white, gray or black only) and covered with clean, scratch-free glass or Plexiglas. Float-mounting the artwork over the mat, so that the edges are seen, is an option when an artwork has a deckle edge or is constructed with handmade paper. A spacer within the frame should be used to keep the art from touching the glazing.
Large oils or acrylics on heavy-duty stretchers with a gallery wrap do not need to be framed. The canvas should be stapled on the back and the edge should be painted.
Top: Float mount
Bottom: Classic matboard mount
Note how sharp the prints look with a simple white mat and clean white frame.