Tidepools Journal workers announces 2021 contest winners

Tidepools Magazine announced this 7 days the winners of the 2021 art and creating contest.

“Thank you to all who had been fearless more than enough to add your imaginative operates,” Tidepools team stated in a push release. “We acquired so a lot of quality submissions, we would like we experienced area to publish them all.”

Editors are nonetheless examining submissions for inclusion in the 2021 situation, they explained, so those not named winners could continue to be picked for publication.

Tidepools Journal has been published yearly at Peninsula Faculty for far more than 50 a long time and attributes authentic great art, digital artwork, photography, poetry, short prose, and audio created by inhabitants of the North Olympic Peninsula. The journal is usually operate and edited by Peninsula Faculty learners with assistance from the Connected Scholar Council, the Peninsula Daily Information and The Buccaneer.

Teams of judges integrated area artists, writers, photographers, musicians, and educators from the neighborhood and who volunteered their time to decide on winners.

The latest problem is slated for release in Could and will be offered in area bookstores throughout the Olympic Peninsula.

“We’re thrilled about the likelihood of keeping an in-human being awards ceremony this June facts are forthcoming,” Tidepools staff mentioned.

2021 Tidepools Journal winners

Grownup Art & Electronic Art — 1. “HeArt Installation” by Kari Hardin 2. “Flow” by Tabitha Pindell 3. “Peruse” by Ken Dry

Grownup Images — 1. “Cline Spit Kayaker” by Steven Jones 2. “Lake Crescent Reflections” by Dann May well 3. “Frog in Bloom” by Al Phillips

Grownup Poetry — 1. “A Pay a visit to to Bubba” by Nan Toby Tyrell 2. “During a Festival for Patron Saints in Romania” by Donna Morris 3. “Homeless” by Connie Kinyon

Adult Prose — 1. “Forever Days” by Stephen Workman 2. “Miss Kitty’s Fraud – 1892” by Mary-Ann Miller 3. “Argument” by Kristan Mabrey

Computer Scholar Art & Digital Art — 1. “Self-Portrait” by Sophia Mahan Buonamici 2. “Around the Rocks the Rugged Rascals Run” by Sophia Mahan Buonamici 3. “The Kraken” by Angela Miller

Computer College student Photography — 1. “Dragonfly in Midair” by Emily Matthiessen 2. “The Pond Group by Emily Matthiessen 3. “Morning Haze” by Angela Miller

Computer Scholar Composing — 1. “Blinker” by Emily Loucks 2. “Loss” by Lillian Eyl 3. “Hevel” by Emily Loucks

Music — 1. “Light of Day” by Kayohti 2. “Someday” by Pharaoh & Valentine 3. “Jenna” by Katie Cobb

Youth Art -9 — 1. “Shipwreck Less than the Sea” by Veronica Shaefermeyer

Youth Art 10-13 — 1. “Alien Art” by Ewan Mordecai-Smith

Youth Art 14-17 — 1. “When I Shut My Eyes” by Liberty Lauer

Youth Crafting -9 — 1. “Sugar Rush” by Anouk Atwater

Youth Writing 10-13 — 1. “Sacrifice” by Noah Isenberg

Youth Crafting 14-17 — 1. “Autumn Reflection” by Liberty Lauer.

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