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Western Art Show

Date: Sept 28 - Oct 20, 2019
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Our Adult division of the Western Art Show is open to all adults 18 years of age and older. There are no residency restrictions for adult participants.

The Youth Western Art Show is open to students in grades K - 12 in the following eight counties: Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Milam, Robertson, Washington.

The 2019 rules and entry forms have been posted! Make sure to double check the new and updated rules.

For any questions regarding the Western Art Show please call 979-821-1450 or email info@brazosvalleyfair.com.

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2019 Western Art Show. The talent exhibited was incredible. Make sure to visit the Fair Exhibit Hall to see ALL artwork on display! All entries will be on display during the 2019 Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo, Oct. 18th-20th.

2019 Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo Illustration Results

Kindergarten

1st – Rae Lynn Watts – Bonham Elementary – “The Pokey Cactus”

2nd – Barrett Kujawski – Roland Reynolds Elementary – “Mac the Rooster”

3rd – Kimber Towers – Mumford Elementary – “Texas Flag”

First Grade

1st – Harper Beato – Johnson Elementary – “A Girl and her Mutton Doodle”

2nd – Khloe Crenshaw – Bonham Elementary – “Rooster Scribble”

3rd – Jaelyn Ortiz – Crockett Elementary – “Carla the Armadillo”

Class Honorable Mention – 1st – Harper Beato – Johnson Elementary – “A Girl and her Mutton Doodle”

Class Honorable Mention – 2nd – Khloe Crenshaw – Bonham Elementary – “Rooster Scribble”

Second Grade

1st – Zoe DePaz – Bonham Elementary – “Crazy Multi-Colored Cow”

2nd – Paige Crowder – Forest Ridge Elementary – “Fruit by P Mac”

3rd – Yaritza Guevara – Calvert – “My Goat”

Pee Wee Champion – Zoe DePaz – Bonham Elementary – “Crazy Multi-Colored Cow”

Pee Wee Reserve Champion –Rae Lynn Watts – Bonham Elementary – “The Pokey Cactus”

Third Grade

1st – Amelia Penionzhkevich – Brazos Christian School – “Texas is Cool”

2nd – David Freeman – Bonham Elementary – “Indian Sunflower”

3rd – Michael Golden – Roland Reynolds Elementary – “West Texas Skyline”

Fourth Grade

1st – Emme Patterson – Brazos Christian School – “Free Spirit”

2nd – Baylee Dobbs – Messy Nest Studio – “Mindy Moo on Auto Pilot”

3rd – Gracie Pickering – Roland Reynolds Elementary – “Snow & Brownie”

Fifth Grade

1st – Addison Rhoden – Messy Nest Studio – “Sunset Ducks”

2nd – Madison Liere – Messy Nest Studio – “Prairie Dairy”

3rd – Christopher Jones – Sam Rayburn Intermediate – “Crazy Cacti”

Junior Champion – Amelia Penionzhkevich – Brazos Christian School – “Texas is Cool”

Junior Reserve Champion – Addison Rhoden – Messy Nest Studio – “Sunset Ducks”

Sixth Grade

1st – Grace Arnold – Messy Nest Studio – “Kickin’ Up Dust”

2nd – Joshua Limmer – Calvert – “King of the Prairie”

3rd – Jayla Martinez – Mumford Jr. High – “The Horizon of Relaxation”

Seventh Grade

1st – Patty Grace Mayer – St Joseph Catholic School – “Western Collage”

2nd – Elanor Abbott – St Joseph Catholic School – “Blue Boots”

3rd – Saniyah Gauge – Mumford Jr. High – “ Firey Whiskey”

Eighth Grade

1st – Faith Keck – Home School – “Longhorn in the Pasture”

2nd – Sankalp Gautam – Purple Turtle Art Studio – “Viva Tejas”

3rd – Anna Thatcher – North Zulch Jr. High – “The Mighty Warrior”

Intermediate Champion – Faith Keck – Home School – “Longhorn in the Pasture”

Intermediate Reserve Champion – Grace Arnold – Messy Nest Studio – “Kickin’ Up Dust”

Ninth Grade

1st – Luke Sanders – A&M Consolidated High School – “The Unbreakable Bond”

2nd – Elena Cavazos – Earl Rudder High School – “First Piece”

3rd – Jesus Jasso – Earl Rudder High School – “Prickly Boots”

Tenth Grade

1st – Ekaterina Butenko – College Station High School – “Junebug”

2nd – Natasha Gouge – Bremond High School – “Sweet Flower”

3rd – Abby Young – Leon High School – “Spirit of the West”

Eleventh Grade

1st – Alena Vitha – Bryan High School – “Running a Ranch”

2nd – Tatum West – St Joseph Catholic School – “Days at the Fair”

3rd –Harley Ehlers – Bremond High School – “No Time”

Twelfth Grade

1st – Jully Ponce – Bremond High School – “Just Waiting”

2nd – Taylor Dauel – College Station High School – “Imagination”

3rd – Sydney Woodward – St Joseph Catholic School – “Moo”

Senior Champion - Jully Ponce – Bremond High School – “Just Waiting”

Senior Reserve Champion - Ekaterina Butenko – College Station High School – “Junebug”

Grand Champion Illustration

Jully Ponce – Bremond High School – “Just Waiting”

Reserve Grand Champion Illustration

Zoe DePaz – Bonham Elementary – “Crazy Multi-Colored Cow”

Overall Grand Champion YWA

Illustration - Jully Ponce – Bremond High School – “Just Waiting”

Overall Reserve Grand Champion YWA

Sculpture – Josiah Keck – Home School – Texas Deer Knife

Adult

1st – Amanda Lynn – “Rounding Buddy”

2nd – Emily Lewis – “Workday Reflections”

3rd – Mary Tausch – “My Rooster, Scooter”


2019 BRAZOS VALLEY FAIR SCULPTURE RESULTS

SCULPTURE

YOUTH

2nd Grade

1st - Yaritza Guevara – Calvert – “Mama Hen”

3rd Grade

1st - Kassidy Kujawski – “Peach the Peacock

6th Grade

1st – Sarai Guevara – Calvert - Hereford Cow

10th Grade

1st – Natalie Mireles – James Earl Rudder High School – “Shades of the Desert”

2nd – Dajsha Robertson – James Earl Rudder High School – “8 Seconds”

11th Grade

1st –Josiah Keck – Home School – “Texas Deer Knife”

2nd – Daniel Hernandez – James Earl Rudder High School – “Piggy Wiggy”

12th Grade

1st – Alexandra Alvarez Sosa – James Earl Rudder High School – “Texan till I Die”

2nd – Kassandra Pantoja – James Earl Rudder High School – “That Texas Drawl”

Grand Champion Sculpture

Josiah Keck – “Texas Deer Knife”

Reserve Grand Champion Sculpture

Daniel Hernandez – “Piggy Wiggy”

ADULT

1st – Matt Hart – “Bronc’ Rider”

2nd – Bobby Kurten – “Two Trees in ‘The Road’”

3rd – Ronnie Farrar – “Roper”

Adult Working Sculpture

1st – Shon Callahan – “More than just a Wrasp”

2nd – Bobby Kurten – “I Like to Bowl”

3rd – Cade Sheppard – “Boot Cleaner”

Grand Champion Adult Sculpture

Shon Callahan – “More than just a Wrasp”

Reserve Grand Champion Adult Sculpture

Bobby Kurten – “I Like to Bowl”

Our Adult division of the Western Art Show is open to all adults 18 years of age and older. There are no residency restrictions for adult participants.

The Youth Western Art Show is open to students in grades K - 12 in the following eight counties: Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Milam, Robertson, Washington.

The 2019 rules and entry forms have been posted! Make sure to double check the new and updated rules.

For any questions regarding the Western Art Show please call 979-821-1450 or email info@brazosvalleyfair.com.

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