Submitted art / “Kayaking Away from the Farmer’s Market,” by Karlie Viada of Carlsborg, took first place in the PC Student Art & Digital Art division of the 2023 Tidepools Magazine contest.

Submitted art / “Kayaking Away from the Farmer’s Market,” by Karlie Viada of Carlsborg, took first place in the PC Student Art & Digital Art division of the 2023 Tidepools Magazine contest.

Tidepools magazine contest winners announced

PORT ANGELES — Organizers of the 2023 Tidepools Magazine art, photography, writing, and music contest have announced the winners.

Contest winners will receive notification, including instructions to claim their prize, via the email listed on their entry form.

All winning entries will be published in the 59th issue of Tidepools slated for release in early June.

Contributors also are invited to present their work with the community at the launch party tentatively scheduled for the evening of June 2.

Tidepools Magazine has been published annually at Peninsula College since 1964 and features original art, photography, poetry, prose and music created by residents of the North Olympic Peninsula in Clallam and Jefferson counties.

Tidepools is created in collaboration by Peninsula College students who edit, design, lay out and publish the magazine while learning about publishing, marketing, community relations and gaining an appreciation of literature and the arts.

The magazine is made possible with support from the Associated Student Council, the Peninsula Daily News and The Buccaneer.

Look for Tidepools magazine in local shops across the Olympic Peninsula.

Youth Art (0-9) — 1. “Marigold and the Angel Dog” by Tzivia Reeder, Port Hadlock-Irondale; 2. “Coast Guard Dude” by Liliana Wengrin, Port Angeles; 3. “Under the Sea” by Calder Frank-Barton, Port Angeles

Youth Art (10-13) — 1. “Rockstar” by Jude Stigler, Port Angeles; 2. “Spooky Season” by Sophie McDaniel, Port Angeles; 3. “Kit’s Corner” by Elyse Kim, Sequim

Youth Art (14-17) — 1. “Sodapop” by Mikey Monet, Port Angeles

Youth Writing (10-13) — 1. “Snowstorm” by Cora Powless, Port Angeles; 2. “Fire” by Alice Johnson, Port Angeles; 3. “All Hail the King” by Anouk Atwater, Port Angeles

PC Student Art & Digital Art — 1. “Kayaking Away from the Farmer’s Market” by Karlie Viada, Carlsborg; 2. “AI Nature Girl” by Catherine Barrows, Chimacum; 3. “I Am Growing” by Nathalie Lalonde, Port Angeles; Honorable mentions: “Bailadora” by Lydia Morris, Port Angeles; “Strawberry Blonde” Viada

PC Student Photography — 1. “Basement Birthday” by Eliza Pettigrew, Port Angeles; 2. “Seattle Reflections” by Nathan Barber, Port Angeles; 3. “Among the Fae” by Sam Chonko, Port Hadlock; Honorable mentions: “Eclectic Fantasy” by Courtney Smith, Port Angeles; “The World Above Us” by Mya Raunig, Vancouver

PC Student Writing — 1. “Rain Like This” by Alena Grafstrom, Beaver; 2. “The Sunny Side of the Mountain” by Mary Hofer, Port Angeles; 3. “Heavy Pockets” by Alena Grafstrom, Beaver; Honorable mentions: “Night for Art” by Olivia Tejeda, Port Angeles; “Chrysalis” by Jessica Oversby, Forks

Adult Art & Digital Art — 1. “Flicker” by George Seifert, Port Townsend; 2. “The Dragon and the Frog” by Cammry Lapka, Port Angeles; 3. “Amy’s Garden” by Terry Anderson, Sequim; Honorable mentions: “Solo Dance” by Marilou Laisnez, Sequim; “We are Family” by Malik Atwater, Port Angeles

Adult Poetry — 1. “I Know Heaven by Trudy Roush,” Port Townsend; 2. “The Sixth Estate by Stirling Hall,” Sequim; 3. “For My Beloved Wife, Shelly, On Her Birthday” by Dennis Kelly, Port Ludlow

Adult Prose — 1. “Sentinel of Sellman’s Creek” by Chris Kleinfelter, Port Angeles; 2. “Silent Symphony” by Nick Burnette, Port Angeles; 3. “The Current That Runs Through Us” by Katherine See Kennedy, Port Angeles

Adult Photography — 1. “Dew-Covered Sage Plant at Woodcock Master Gardener Demonstration Garden” by Mark Klinke, Carlsborg; 2. “Family at Fountain” by Amy McIntyre, Port Angeles; 3. “Fresh Snow on the Sub-Alpine Fir Trees at Hurricane Ridge” by Amos Almy, Port Angeles; Honorable mentions: “Misty Morning with Guinea Fowl” by Pam Bauer, Port Townsend; “Sunset Giving Way to Milky Way at Second Beach” by Klinke

Music — 1. “Winter Queen” by Ginny Holladay, Sequim; 2. “Déjà vu” by Dakotah Cole, Forks.

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