The Air Drive Services Centre lately declared the winners of the annual Air Force Art Contest.
The contest ran March 1-31. A workforce of judges evaluated each and every entrant’s artwork for impression, creativity, and specialized conditions in adult and youth groups.
Additional than 790 artists submitted much more than 1,000 pieces of art making use of a wide variety of media.
“The judging for this contest is difficult every calendar year for the reason that there are so several outstanding entries in each class. It is really tricky to pick only the top rated 3 in each individual,” mentioned Col. Christopher Parrish, AFSVC commander. “This is a terrific possibility for our Air Force household associates to display off their artistic creative imagination and creativity.”
A person relatives is specially very pleased as their three kids each individual received very first Place in the youth categories. They are Morgan (Youth 13-17), Silas (Youth 9-12) and Eason Becker (Youth 6-8) from Hill Air Pressure Foundation, Utah.
Lt. Col. (Dr.) Francis Becker, dentist and flight commander of the dental clinic at Hill AFB, and spouse, Lori, couldn’t be far more thrilled for their little ones winning the contest and currently being in a position to display off their inventive abilities.
“We are thankful for those people included in supporting the artwork contest. It has been a excellent way for our kids to channel their creativeness,” Lori mentioned.
Morgan was also a winner in the 2019 Air Pressure Art contest.
“With my art, there were being periods when I felt like offering up, but I ongoing to stick with it,” Morgan said. “I feel that my perseverance not only designed me a stronger particular person, but also a far better artist.”
The Air Force Artwork Contest winners are:
Initial Area: Melissa Hodge, Keesler AFB, Overlook., “Time and Tide” acrylic portray
Next Put: Isaac Denton, Fairchild AFB, Clean., “SSgt Adam Erickson” graphite
3rd Put: Elora McCutcheon, Grand Forks AFB, N.D., “Battle, The Fight Buddy” oil painting
Very first Location: Tony Rodriguez, Homestead Air Reserve Foundation, Fla., “Nai” graphite
2nd Place: Erin Shaffner, MacDill AFB, Fla., “Memento Mori” graphite
3rd Put: Lauren Sutton, Eglin AFB, Fla., “Lil Anne” coloured pencil
Youth Ages 13-17
To start with Area: Morgan Becker, Hill AFB, Utah, “Male Red-Breasted Merganser in Winter” acrylic painting
Next Position: Alyssa Housley, Scott AFB, Unwell., “Sugar Rush” colored pencil
Third Area: Daveney Overton, Yokota Air Foundation, Japan, “Chocolate Dipped Strawberry” colored pencil
Youth Ages 9-12
1st Place: Silas Becker, Hill AFB, Utah, “Animal Instinct” watercolor
Next Place: Grace O’Neill, MacDill AFB, Fla., “Mirror Symmetry Self Portrait” coloured pencil
Third Location: Bella Greenback, Robins AFB, Ga., “Bzzz Bella” markers
Youth Ages 6-8
1st Location: Eason Becker, Hill AFB, Utah, “Eisley Smiles” colored pencil
Next Position: Derek Reyna, Hurlburt Industry, Fla., “Island Sunset” pastel portray
3rd Put: Evelina Erickson, Scott AFB, Ill., “Self Portrait” blended media
Winners in each class acquired $500, $400 and $300 reward playing cards for to start with, 2nd and 3rd put, respectively.
The Air Pressure Products and services Middle manages the Air Drive Artwork and Image Contests. Take a look at in this article to watch the profitable visuals and the other submissions.
Entries for the impending Air Pressure Image Contest can be submitted July 1-31. The AFSVC will launch additional facts and procedures shortly.