Shorecrest junior wins Best of Show at Youth Art Month exhibition

Saturday, March 24, 2018

Shorecrest junior Justin Share won Best in Show award
for untitled ceramic sculpture

Justin Share, a junior at Shorecrest, recently won the Best of Show Award at the 2018 Youth Art Month Exhibition for his untitled ceramic sculpture.

Ceramic sculpture
by Justin Share
Share was recognized and presented with the award at a special ceremony held at the Schack Art Center in Everett on March 8. As part of his award, Share was presented with a cash prize of $1,000 and his ceramics teacher, Craig Vandenbosch, was presented with art supplies for his classroom valued at $1,200.

“Justin had been working on building this ceramic piece by hand since November and all of the imagery is hand carved into the surface,” said Vandenbosch. “We are very proud of Justin for being recognized with this prestigious award.”

Youth Art Month is observed in March of every year to emphasize the value of art and art education in public schools and is supported by the Washington Art Education Association.



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