Student Art Competition
2001 - 2002

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National Student Art Competition Winners Announced


The winners of the 2001-2002 Student Art Competition, hosted by Sinclair Community College and coordinated by Sally Struthers, were recently announced.

The First Place Best of Show award was presented to Paul McClelland, Miami-Dade Community College District, for a sculpture titled Tension. The Juror's Purchase Award was presented to Cam Campman, Lane Community College, for a plexi-glass titled, "Book of Self." The Juror's Purchase Award Honorable Mention was presented to Jenn Daly, St. Louis Community College District, for a black and white photograph titled, Arboretum.

The Second Place award was won by Pamela Gilliland, Cuyahoga Community College, for an oil on canvas titled, Fabric Landscape; and Third Place awards were presented to Terese Jaeger, St. Louis Community College District, for an oil on canvas titled, Behind Me; Mike Hensel, Delta College, for digital art titled, Persistent Apprehension; and Cam Campman, Lane Community College, for a plexi-glass titled, Book of Self.

Honorable Mentions were given to 10 student artists, including Ariel Bracamonte, Maricopa Community College District, for prism color markers titled, Child; Mary Santos, Maricopa Community College District, for a watercolor and photography titled, Catchers of the Light; Kelly Hider, Monroe Community College, for an oil on canvas/mixed media titled, Apartment for Rent; Mark Harris, Sinclair Community College, for an oil on canvas titled Rumpledlizbed; Pam Tagariello, San Diego Community College District, for a gouache, ink, and pastel on canson paper titled, Between Classes-MESA College; Barry Printz, San Diego Community College District, for wood furniture titled, Duck Table; Jason Williams, Santa Fe Community College, for a mixed media titled, 6; James Duft, Johnson County Community College, for a graphic art titled, Self #2 in Red; Richard Young, University of Hawaii, for an untitled ceramic; and Clare Mann, Monroe Community College, for a collage titled, Planet Music.

Under the leadership of Sinclair Community College, the competition included nearly 100 works of art from League colleges. A catalog of all entries is currently being produced by Sinclair and will be mailed to all League members this fall.

The juror for the 2001-2002 Student Art Competition was David Black. David is a professor emeritus from Ohio State University and created a Flyover sculpture that is located on Main Street in Dayton, as well as large outdoor sculptures at Wright State University and Ohio State University.

The 2002-2003 competition will be hosted by Moraine Valley Community College and coordinated by Sue Linn.