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Inspiring Our Youth

The Youth Art Show is an exciting competition that enables students to express their creativity and showcase their skills while earning money to put towards their future. Students from Texas grades 9 – 12 can enter their artwork in the areas of traditional, photography, digital and sculpture/3D. Forty artists will have their work presented for purchase at the Rodeo Austin Gala in February. No school or organization affiliation is required for entry. Western or Texas heritage inspired pieces encouraged but not required.

Thank you to the exhibitors, teachers, judges and donors of the 2020 Youth Art Show! Thanks to our generous donors, more than $60,000 will be awarded to the top 40 exhibitors. Exhibitors will be contacted with their check and buyer information in the upcoming week. All placing exhibitors are required to write thank you letters to their buyers.

Youth Art Show

2020 Results

Grand Champion (Photography)

Grace Burke, LBJ High School

Reserve Grand Champion (Traditional)

Esteban Zavaleta, Sam Rayburn High School

Traditional

Champion – Esteban Zavaleta, Sam Rayburn High School

Reserve Champion – Emily Stogsdill, Jim Ned High School

3rd – Nayli Morales, Sam Rayburn High School

4th – Sierra Cross, LBJ High School

5th – Jordan Smajstrla, Boerne Champion High School

6th – Georgia O’Brien, Anderson High School

7th – Julian Escareno, Sam Rayburn High School

8th – Marco Sosa, Sam Rayburn High School

9th – Nicole Curiel, Sam Rayburn High School

10th – Zachary Henderson, Jim Ned High School

11th – Mariana Chapa, Sam Rayburn High School

12th – Reagan Richard, Ross Sterling High School

13th – Carter Gomez, Eula High School

14th – Miranda Ramirez, Sam Rayburn High School

15th – Adair Gonzales, Sam Rayburn High School

16th – Anthony Cermak, Round Rock Christian Academy

17th – Rylee Welch, LBJ High School

18th – Lindsey Schneider, La Grange High School

19th – Anthony Vega, Sam Rayburn High School

20th – Larixa Garcia, Sam Rayburn High School

2020 Results

Photography

Champion – Grace Burke, LBJ High School

Reserve Champion – Peyton Smith, College Station HS

3rd- Trinity Rendon, LBJ High School

4th- Jessie Cole, Thrall High School

5th – Kristine Henriquez, LBJ High School

6th – Rylee Welch, LBJ High School

7th – Kalei Engleman, Lehman High School

8th – McKenzie Hansche, Burnet High School

9th – Katelyn Queen, LBJ High School

10th – Hayden Ledger, LBJ High School

Digital

Champion – Luke Marx, Thrall High School

Reserve Champion – Dusti Welch, LBJ High School

3rd – Ethan Kemp, Thrall High School

4th – Keatyn Karch, Thrall High School

5th – Noah Hanson, Thrall High School

Sculpture

Champion – Mason Wilson, LBJ High School

Reserve Champion – Brenna Richardson, Homeschool

3rd – Claire McCoy, Georgetown High School

4th – Anise Christiansen, Canyon Lake High School

5th – Lauren Kasel, Porter High School

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