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Congratulations NNMC Fine Arts Student Winners!

Lady of Guadalupe
Instructor: JD Martinez

Elements of Design
Instructor: AnaMaria Samaniego

1st Place:                    Desiree Esquibel-Montalvo       Compliment - Hibiscus
2nd Place:                  Cristerna Garcia                           Monochromatic Rose


Instructor: Jaime Valdez

1st Place:                         Amrit Khalsa                          Still Life – Glass Bottles
2nd Place:                       Ron Martinez                        Pen & Ink – Santuario de Chimayo
3rd Place:                        Liza Przyllas                          Clay board - Owl
Honorable Mention      Diana Villela                          Graphite colored pencil


Instructor: Michelle Grove with Assistant Joseph Sanchez
1st Place:                         Lourdes Cordova                    Shovel
2nd Place:                       Liza Przyllas                            Wood Wagon Wheel
3rd Place:                        Ron Martinez                          Walking Bridge
Honorable Mention      Gloria Castillo                         Statue of Man & Child


Instructor: AnaMaria Samaniego
1st Place:                      Desiree Esquibel-Montalvo        Collagraph – “Balloons”
2nd Place:                    Felicia Garcia                                 Linocut – “Tear”
3rd Place:                     Desiree Esquibel-Montalvo        Linocut - Bird


Stoneware Pottery
Instructor: Donna Winchell
1st Place:                         Donna Salazar                        Jar - “Stormy”
2nd Place:                       Juanita Manzanares             Flower Covered Jar
3rd Place:                        Maragret Trujillo                   Tri-color Plate
Honorable Mention       Anita Flores                            Teapot
Honorable Mention       Holly Ingersol                        Giraffe
Honorable Mention       Jayson Lewis                          Castle
Honorable Mention       Ted Salazar                             Female Vase


Micaceous Pottery
Instructor: Clarence Cruz
1st Place:                      Julia Honaberger                    Decorated White Mica Pot
2nd Place:                    Nanette Valerio                       Plain Mica Pot


Retablo Making
Instructor: Rita Martinez
1st Place:                         Mary Ann Escudero               Lady of Guadalupe
2nd Place:                       Mary Trujillo                           St. Joseph Cone Flower with Long Stem
3rd Place:                        Catherine Trujillo                   Saint Therese
Honorable Mention      Susie Trujillo                           Santa Niño de Atocha


Bulto Making
Instructor: JD Martinez
1st Place:                         Pablo Roybal                          Lady of Guadalupe - Relief Carving
2nd Place:                       Robin Martinez                      Lady of the Rosary
3rd Place:                        Lorenzo Sanchez                    St. Michael
Honorable Mention      Mary Ann Escudero               Lady of Sorrow


Instructor: Lee Valdez
1st Place:                     Andrew Maestas                    Keltic Weave Cross
2nd Place:                    Nathaniel Montoya              Traditional Cross
3rd Place:                    Delano Moya                          Cross with incised design



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