2013 Christmas in Roseland Art Contest winners
The first Christmas In Roseland Juried Art Show was established to create a unique opportunity to highlight the talents of local art students. The intention is to provide another avenue for students to showcase their work. All entries will be showcased for the duration of Christmas in Roseland in the Klima Education and Visitor Center gallery hall. Artwork needed to be representational or non-representational subjects that portray scenes or feelings of Christmas, or other winter seasonal themes, and appropriate and friendly for family audiences. Every year, thousands of visitors enjoy the creativity and beauty shown by our area school children. Prizes are awarded to the top three designs and an overall Best of Show.
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Thanks to our judges Josephine Carmody, Leigh Chambers, and Joshua Chambers for volunteering their time to go through and score the artwork to find this year’s top selections!
Best in Show – ‘I Wanna Be a Christmas Tree’ by Abigail Pomeroy, 12th grade, Evangel Christian Academy.
First Place – ‘Oh Christmas Tree’ by Ashley Woodfin, 6th grade, Bossier City.
Second Place – ‘Christmas Sky’ by Ariana Dalmau, 8th grade, Rusheon Middle School.
Third Place – ‘Untitled’ by Courtney Young, 8th grade, Caddo Middle Magnet.
‘Giant Ornaments’ by Daniel Moore,
‘Saint Nick’ by Caroline Boswell, 8th grade, Caddo Middle Magnet
‘Old Saint Nick’ by Katelyn Southerland, 6th grade, Rusheon Middle School.
2013 Christmas in Roseland Art Competition submissions:
A reception for participating students and teachers will be held on Thursday, December 5, 2013, from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Gardens of the American Rose Center.
The 30th Annual Christmas in Roseland is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings beginning Friday, November 29 through Sunday, December 22 from 5:30-10:00 p.m.