Twenty-nine art students qualified for state at the Region 11 VASE competition on Saturday, Feb. 9. A total of 35 art pieces from Timber Creek will join 72 from Keller ISD in San Marcos this coming April.

The Visual Arts Scholarship Event, or VASE, begins at the Regional level, which this year was held had Timber Creek High School. In order to qualify for state, artists have to present their artwork and complete a brief interview about the inspiration behind the piece. According to the Texas Art Education Association’s website, the artwork is evaluated on five categories: purpose, technique, personal expression, organization, and integration. Those who make top marks on their artwork and their interview advance to the state competition.

Listed below are the state qualifiers and their pieces:
Elyn Autrey – Lemon Boy
Elyn Autrey – Cow Lick
Catherine Condit – Bleary Eyed
Tu-quyen Dao – Rusty Radiance
Tu-quyen Dao – In A Bundle Of Green
Madison Hutchinson – Organic Life
Esneha Kafley – Framed Beauty
Angela Li – Care Free
Angela Li – Innocence In Light
Darlene Opam – Gone Brother
Ava Cavazos – Direction
Daniel Aghayere – Trapped In Nature
Paige Rath – Gold Rush
Sophia Rosenthal – Whispers
Sophia Rosenthal – Floating
Davis Whitaker – Conglomeration
Karson Gopffarth – Disregarded
Nashita Moontaha – Design In Me
Lilliann Nunley – Blended Heritage Portrait
Cathryn Corona – Consumption
Abby Dunn – A Dark Present
Brian Nguyen – Plundered
Britney Nguyen – Views
Meredith Wiggins – Reaching
Meredith Wiggins – Gazing Into The Beyond
Jolene Pinto – Allurement
Olivia Grass – Olivia In Red And Yellow Hues
Emylie Constante – My Hometown, Dfw
Jacob Kuchar – Kaden
Audrey Christenson – Girl Playing Bass
Gabriella Levine – Eve
Tamara Smith – Mirror Mirror
Ashlyn Langford – Covered
Sia Patel – In The Woods
Danna Mejia-lopez – The Gilded Age

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