Students place at Pow-Wow art show

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Leticia Salas's self portrait created in colored pencils recently won people's choice at the Comanche Pow Wow Art Show

Leticia Salas's self portrait created in colored pencils recently won people's choice at the Comanche Pow Wow Art Show

Leticia Salas's self portrait created in colored pencils recently won people's choice at the Comanche Pow Wow Art Show

Jaclynn Pierce, Reporter

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During this year’s annual Comanche Pow-Wow, two students were featured in the Pow-Wow art show. The participants were sophomores Leticia Salas and Erik Constancia.

Constancia’s piece was called “Succulent Still Life”, which was a mixed media of oil pastels and watercolors. Constancia won first place in his category and received “Best Overall” in the youth division. Constancia walked away with a $40 dollar cash prize.

“I really enjoyed participating in the contest and I was really happy when I won. I put a lot of effort into my piece,” Constancia said.

Salas’s piece was called “Self Portrait”in colored pencils, which won her a third place title in her category. Salas also claimed the title of “People’s Choice” for the overall youth division.

 

Eric Constancia’s still life placed Best Overall at the Pow Wow

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