Art Scholarship

Four CPSD students earn art scholarships
Combined student art

Four CPSD students recently earned scholarships from Puget Sound Sumi Artists (PSSA) as part of the organization’s Voski Sprague Art Scholarship Competition.

Lakes High School senior Lauren Skaggs earned first place for her painting "Seasons of Time.” She will receive a $500 scholarship from the organization to be used for college expenses.

Harrison Prep senior Kathleen Julca was named first runner-up for her painting "Peruvian Woman"; Clover Park High School senior Cecilia Peebles was named second runner-up for her painting "Mind Your Fragile Mind"; Harrison Prep senior Trey Atkinson was named honorable mention for his painting "Nosebleed.”

PSSA is a non-profit organization established in 1985 by several local artists to study ink painting, calligraphy and flower arranging. The organization has been providing art scholarships to Puget Sound area students since 1999.

A path with green on both sides with trees with fall color leaves

“Seasons of Time” by Lauren Skaggs
Peruvian Woman walking in the andes

"Peruvian Woman" by Kathleen Julca
Girl with a mask holding a butterfly

"Mind Your Fragile Mind" by Cecilia Peebles
Girl with a nosebleed

"Nosebleed” by Trey Atkinson