Cheyenne Boys and Girls Club Art In National Competition
Eleven pieces of art done by members of the Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne have advanced to a national art competition. The Boys & Girls Club of America's Fine Arts competition consists of local, regional and national competitions. The Cheyenne Club had 21 pieces advance from the local competition to the 8-state southwest region competition, which was held in February. On Monday, Club staff learned that 11 of those will advance to the national competition.
In 2011, the Cheyenne Club had four pieces advance to the national level and one national winner.
Regional winners include:
Jessica, 13, for "Building across from the Club" - Monochromatic Drawing; "Just Missed" - Multi-Colored Drawing; "Still Life" - Pastel; "Eagle's Flight" - Print Making; "Mother Earth" - Mixed Media; "Missed Me Again" - Sculpture
Reyna, 8, for "Snow Leopard" - Acrylic
Christian, 8, for "Scorpion Fish" - Sculpture
Micayla, 11, for "Colored Pencils" - Mixed Media
Tim, 17, for "Alien Warrior" - Sculpture
Jessica, Deanna, Becky, Jadyn, Lainey, Ariah, Kendra and Tienna for "Learn Your ABC's" - Group Project