CFISD students’ work selected to Houston Rodeo School Art auction

March 11, 2021

Cypress Woods High School freshman Magdalena Baughman’s work “Bridger and Poco” was selected to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art auction.
Cypress Woods High School freshman Magdalena Baughman’s work “Bridger and Poco” was selected to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art auction.

March 11, 2021—Three student artists had their artwork selected to advance to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ (HLSR) School Art auction.

Cypress Woods High School freshman Magdalena Baughman (Bridger & Poco), Jersey Village High School junior Amy Muery (Laying Hen) and Hamilton Middle School eighth grade student Ravine Cohen (Sunkissed Stallions) each had their work chosen to advance.

Jersey Village High School junior Amy Muery’s work “Laying Hen” was selected to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art auction.
Jersey Village High School junior Amy Muery’s work “Laying Hen” was selected to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art auction.

“Having student artwork chosen as the top entry for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is already a huge achievement, but to have it selected for auction is an added bonus and rare opportunity,” said Lee Carrier, CFISD coordinator of visual arts. “I am proud of our CFISD art students for receiving this honor. I would like to thank the HLSR School Art Committee for continuing to support CFISD’s K-12th grade art students. I would also like to thank art teachers of the auction students for providing this contest opportunity at their campuses.”

Hamilton Middle School eighth grade student Ravine Cohen’s work “Sunkissed Stallions” was selected to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art auction.
Hamilton Middle School eighth grade student Ravine Cohen’s work “Sunkissed Stallions” was selected to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art auction.

Since 1965, the HLSR has recorded more than 9.4 million entries to its School Art Program. HLSR provides students the opportunity to earn scholarships, visit workshops and a chance to have their artwork displayed at the Hayloft Gallery during the Rodeo itself.

To learn more about the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s School Art Program, visit their website.

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