Ezra Kikue Cook earned best of show for his photograph “Waking Up.”

Ezra Kikue Cook earned best of show for his photograph “Waking Up.”

High School Art Exhibition winners named

PORT ANGELES — The Pirate Union Building Gallery of Art has announced the winners of its 2022 Olympic Peninsula High School Art Exhibition.

Ezra Kikue Cook, of Port Townsend High School, earned best of show for his photograph “Waking Up.”

Other winners include:

• 2-D — First place, Eli McGregor and Wilder Lewis, Port Townsend High School, “The Man Who Smoked His Head Off”; second place, Charlotte Capel, Port Townsend High School, “Watercolor Space”; third place, Tallulah Sebastian, Port Townsend High School, “Nosebleed.”

• 3-D — First Place, Jaxon Taylor, Quilcene High School, “Birdman”; Second Place, Jakob Miller, Quilcene High School, “Two-Legged Vase”; third place, Mia Fitzpatrick, Quilcene High School, “Barrel Cactus Jar.”

Honorable mention to Christian Barney, “The Death Cage”; Ewen LeRest, “Ethereal Staircase”; Jakob Miller, “Rose”; Anna Munn, “Undersea Nightmare”; Dominic Smith, “Flexin”; and Claudia Wilcox, “Billie.”

To view the exhibit on the PUB Gallery Facebook page, visit www.tinyurl.com/PDN-High-School-Art.

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