Arts of Kenmore Youth Art Show

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Dripping Stars  by Corinna Scully age 14

The Arts of Kenmore is a local non-profit organization whose goal is to encourage and promote both passive and active participation in all forms of the arts, by the citizens of the area for the enrichment of the community. Amongst several annual art events, they produce a juried show for artists under the age of 18.

They are proud to announce the 6th annual Youth Art – Juried Group Exhibition featuring 40 magnificent works by emerging artists under the age of 18.

Please join our community for the opening reception!

Opening Reception Friday, November 16th, 6:30-8:00pm

Arts of Kenmore Gallery at Kenmore City Hall

18120 68th Ave NE, Kenmore WA 98028

The show will be on exhibit November 16, 2018 – January 23, 2019

This annual “Youth Art” competition is highly competitive every year and this year The Arts of Kenmore received an impressive 83 submissions from artists throughout the Pacific Northwest.

All submissions are juried in four age categories: 5-8, 9-12, 13-15, and 16-18. Selected artworks in this show are an eclectic confluence of applications from new digital media to traditional pen & ink executions. 

Congratulations to the selected artists: Chloe Asmann, Sophia Bourgoin, Iain Boyle, Erin Chao, Emma Harmon, Henry Huang, Ivette Ivanov, Natalie Keys, Austin Kim, Joshua Kim, Ryan Kim, Annaleis Kleven, Cara Kwon, Anna Lee, Thumper Lin, Fred Liu, Mason Luo, Milan Mar, Sua Mcbride, Melissa Mitchell, Emily Mo, Olivia Oomen, Grace Park, Hannah Ren, Trey Schaaf, Corinna Scully, Delaney Sias, Burke Smithers, Aileen Suh, Daniel Sung, Charlie Tchervenski, Emma Tchervenski, Aidan Toomre, Lauren Van Matre, Charlotte Weber, Rebecca Wu, Casey Yang, Rachel Yi, Andrew Zhao, and Sophie Zhang. 

The Arts of Kenmore promotes art & culture throughout the community with sustaining support from the City of Kenmore and 4Culture, and art enthusiasts like you! 

Support Local, Buy Local! 100% of Art Sales Revenue goes to AOK Grants for Schools supporting Art, Music and Drama in Kenmore K12 schools. 

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Charlene Freeman