More masterpieces from Wisconsin students

Second annual Student Art Contest lets students strut their creative stuff!

student art 2017

Our staff really looked forward to viewing the new student art submissions for our second annual contest. The bar was set pretty high by last year’s entries, but we were not disappointed.

Sixty-one exceptional pieces were submitted in a variety of different mediums and from a wide range of ages. The caliber and creativity of these students really attest to their talents as well as to the Wisconsin public school teachers who guide them.

Thank you to all who submitted their work! Students whose art was chosen each received a $50 Amazon gift card for allowing us to display their art, as did their art teacher.

Stop by our Madison office and admire their imaginative and inspiring works in the second floor lobby later this summer!

The 2017 winners are:

  • Austin Wilson, 6th grade; Sebastian Moulis Roe, 8th grade, Berlin Area School District. Art teacher: Jean Yonke.
  • Erika Mullen, 10th grade; Amanda Gimenez, 12th grade, Berlin Area School District. Art teacher: Angela Breunig.
  • Michaella Cudnohosky, 12th grade, Berlin Area School District. Art teacher: Lori Rademann.
  • Leah Boyd, 2nd grade, School District of Black River Falls. Art teacher: Jen Dahl.
  • Beau Spindler, 2nd grade, Fall Creek School District. Art teacher: Tasha Newton.
  • Griffen Kjendlie, 1st grade, Janesville School District. Art teacher: Amanda Zdrale.
  • Hannah Urness, 11th grade, Mondovi School District. Art teacher: Norene Schreiner.
  • Madeline Ouimet, 11th grade, River Valley School District. Art teacher: Kasey Maxwell.
  • Elana Lohr-Kougl, 5th grade, Slinger School District. Art teacher: Patrice Wetak.
  • Olivia Cannestra, 10th grade, Hamilton School District. Art teacher: Ellen Acuff.
  • Katie Vannatter, 12th grade, Tomahawk School District. Art teacher: Sara Piller.
  • Leena Meyers, 11th grade, Whitnall School District. Art teacher: Amelia Hernandez.

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