Utah All-State High School Art Show 2019

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“Grand Teton” acrylic on canvas – Andrew Stott

Brayden Rigby, Writer

This year is the 47th annual Utah All-State High School Art Show. Many students from Mountain Crest worked long and hard to complete their art in time for the event. Every student that entered their work into this year’s show had extraordinary talent and creativity. The jurors had to narrow down over a thousand entries from various high schools in Utah to only 337 that were accepted. Piper Bates, Hunter Evans, Andrew Stott and Landon Rasmussen had the honor of having their artwork accepted. Congratulations to them, along with the other students who entered their artwork as well. Mountain Crest is truly full of many aspiring artists! Please enjoy the pieces of art created by the students that were sent in to the art show.

 

“Nature’s Sketchbook” created by Piper Bates

 

“King of the Flats” – Hunter Evans

 

“Jonah” Clay Art by Landon Rasmussen

 

“Grand Teton”
acrylic on canvas – Andrew Stott