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Delaware 4-H Equine Art Contest Winners

October 25, 2021 Written by Delaware 4-H

Delaware 4-H members of all ages recently participated in a statewide Equine Art Contest sponsored by the Delaware 4-H Horse Advisory Committee, a group of volunteer 4-H Equine Project Leaders. Entries from budding artists from across the state were submitted for the contest in the following categories:

  • Drawing- Pastels/Charcoal/Graphite/Colored Pencil (Abstract or Realistic)

  • Drawing- Pen/Ink/Markers/Crayon (Abstract or Realistic)

  • Painting- Oil/Acrylic/Watercolor (Abstract or Realistic)

  • Photography- Color digital or 35 mm film

  • Photography- Black and White digital or 35 mm film

  • Cartoon- Single Frame or Strip

  • Mixed Media

Entries were divided into age groups for judging.  Awards were given to the top six entries in each category and age group.  A Best in Show Champion and Best in Show Reserve Champion overall were also chosen from all of the entries.  Annual Art Contest entries were submitted to an online virtual art gallery.

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil Abstract- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil- Abstract- Intermediate Ages 12-14

  1. Savannah Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County 

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil Realistic- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil Realistic- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Abby Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

  2. Brooke Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

  3. Brooke Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Drawing- Pastels, Charcoal, Graphite, Colored Pencil Realistic- Intermediate- Ages 15-19

  1. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4H Club, Sussex County

  2. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Drawing- Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers- Abstract- Junior-Ages 8-11

  1. Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Drawing –Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers-Abstract- Senior- Agues 15-19

  1. Daisy Timney, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

 

Drawing- Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers- Realistic- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Drawing- Pen, Ink, Crayon, Markers- Realistic- Intermediate Ages 12-14

  1. Abby Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Painting- Abstract- Junior-Ages 8-11

  1. Juliette Anger, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

  2. Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Painting- Abstract- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

 

Painting- Realistic- Cloverbud Ages 5-7

  • Lily VanVorst, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Painting Realistic- Junior Ages 8-11

  1. Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

  2. Juliette Anger, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Painting Realistic- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Abby Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Color Photography- Digital or 35 MM – Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Brooklynn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County

  2. Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

  3. Maggie Wieber, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County

  4. Brooklynn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Color Photography- Digital or 35 MM – Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Brooke Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Color Photography- Digital or 35MM- Senior- Ages 15-19

  1. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs, Sussex County

  2. Daisy Timey, Heavenly Hooves 4-H Club, New Castle County

  3. Weston Williams, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County

  4. Weston Williams, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County



Black and White Photography- Digital or 35 MM- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Brooklynn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County

  2. Brooklynn Larimore, Vernon Creek 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Black and White Photography- Digital or 35 MM- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Trey Moffett, Peach Blossom  4-H Club, Kent County 

 

Black and White Photography- Digital or 35 MM-Senior- Ages 15-19

  1. Weston Williams, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County

  2. Weston Williams, Harrington Sunshine 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Cartoon Strip- Junior Ages 8-11

  1. Maggie Wieber, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Cartoon Strip- Intermediates Ages 12-14

  1. Trey Moffett, Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Mixed Media- Cloverbud- Ages 5-7

  • Lily VanVorst, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

 

Mixed Media- Junior- Ages 8-11

  1. Sophia Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

 

Mixed Media- Intermediate- Ages 12-14

  1. Brooke Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

  2. Abby Mast, On Target 4-H Club, Kent County

  3. Abby VanVorst, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

  4. Brooke Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H, Sussex County

 

Mixed Media- Senior- Ages 15-19

  1. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County

  2. Paige Taylor, Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County 

 

Best In Show Champion Award- Paige Taylor - Age 16- Bridgeville Mustangs 4-H Club, Sussex County 

Mixed Media “Jumping Horse”

 

Best In Show Reserve Champion Award- -Trey Moffett- Age 14- Peach Blossom 4-H Club, Kent County 

Black and White Photography

 

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