Marlena Osgood artwork 'Insouciant' competing at state VASE competition

Thirty-eight FBHS art students compete in VASE competition; seven works of art advancing to state

Thirty-eight Flour Bluff High School art students participated in Texas Art Education Association VASE (Visual Art Scholastic Event) competition on Saturday, February 11, at Tuloso-Midway High School.  There were 428 works of art juried overall for Region 2.  FBHS students received 43 superior ratings and medals for their artwork. 

Hats off to the student participants in the regional competition:

Kariece Bowles Katie King Avery Poland
Christopher Boyd Anna Larsen Haley Reynolds
Jacob Burn Brooke Madland Olivia Rioux
Aleena Caro Kayla-Ann McKamie Kayla Robles
Tatiana Cortez Helen Mlady Chandler Salazar
Ariana De Jesus Nicholas Morales Olivia Saldana
Claire Dewitt Payden Mouritsen Kaylee Schmidt
Sophia Herrera Emily Nava Kaitlyn Seefeldt
Emilie Howard Marlena Osgood Rebekah Snowden
Kaylee Hulse Timothy Pannell Madison Stafford
Elizabeth Kemp John Pedrotti  


Digital Art student participants:

Hunter Buress
Emilie Evans
Alexia Hisaw
Kennedy Orzechowski
Claudia Sharp
Emily Wan

Five FBHS students and seven pieces of artwork qualified for state and are advancing to the VASE competition April 27 & 28 in San Marcos. In addition to the students competing at state, they will also participate in professional workshops, lectures, demonstrations and sketching opportunities. Students will have an opportunity to learn and grow artistically during the two-day event.

Best of luck to the state VASE competitors:

Anna Larsen – Division 4/AP (2 works of art)
Kayla-Ann McKamie – Division 2 (2 works of art)
Emilie Howard – Division 2
Brooke Madland- Division 1
Marlena Osgood – Division 1