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Humble ISD/Houston Livestock & Rodeo Art Show 2015


Houston Rodeo Art show to feature works by eleven Humble Independent School District students.

Artwork by two Humble ISD students was selected from the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Art contest in 3D judging ceramic pottery and clay sculpture on Feb. 3, 2015, at the NRG Center.

Receiving the Best of Show Rodeo Art Contest Sculpture Division was Kingwood Park High School sophomore, Emily Callens, taught by Marcia Papp, for “God Bless the Clowns.”

A Gold Medal award was presented to Atascocita High School freshman, Ivory Lee, taught by Adina Mayo, for “Dancing Around the Fire in the Turquoise Sunset.”

Artwork by nine Humble ISD students was selected from the school district’s Rodeo Art Exhibit for display at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is March 2-22 at the Reliant Center.

Receiving Best in Show honors at the Humble ISD Rodeo Art Show were Summer Creek High School senior Minbio Yoo, taught by Sandy Newton; Riverwood Middle School seventh-grader Caroline Inzone, taught by Darla Hoover; and Foster Elementary second-grader Debbie Sullivan, taught by Julie Gallow.

A Gold Medal award was presented to Summer Creek High School senior Savannah Le, taught by Sandy Newton; Kingwood High School junior Sophia Brittain, taught by Erin Leatherwood; Riverwood Middle School eighth-grader Rylie McQueen, taught by Darla Hoover; and Lakeshore Elementary fifth-grader Brian Bugtong, taught by Sandy May.

Special Merit Awards were presented to Atascocita High School junior Jazmine Wilkerson, taught by Steffani Zachary-Holubec; and Kingwood Park High School senior Taylor Wise, taught by Melanie Hunt.

The students created original art reflecting Western history, culture or heritage.