2022 Fall HSArts Art Competition
Advanced category for students age 14-16
1st: Alisa Ryzhova. Artwork Title: Angelic beauty. Type: Oil Pain
2nd: Hudson Alberto Contreras. Artwork Title: Wade Wilson, type: Oil Paint
3rd: Ian Sprouls. Artwork Title: Study of a Still life. Type: Oil Paint.
3rd: James Xu. Artwork Title:Subway. Type: Pen and Mark Pen.
Honorable mentions: Samantha Tran. Artwork Title: Bottle of Color. Type: Acrylic Paint.
Honorable mentions: Charlotte Ng. Artwork Title: Eating Away at Me. Type: Acrylic Paint.
Intermediate category for students 13 or younger
1st: Leonie Loftus Farrier. Artwork Title: Hatching Baby Turtle. Type: Mixed Media
2nd: Avy Maidenberg. Artwork Title: Ivy Creek Lane. Type: Acrylic Paint.
3rd: Alice Meilin Lin. Artwork Title: Spirit Animal. Type: Pencil/Color Pencil.
Olivia Jordan Coleman. Title: Candlelight. Acrylic on paper.
Frank Ouyang. Title: Still Life. Charcoal
Hailey Yu. Title: 3d Shapes. Pencil.
Curtis Huang. Title: Wine Cup. Charcoal
Alessandra Centurian. Title: Fresh Harvest of Fruit. Water Color.
Eloise Octavia Roldan Nye. Title: Stars. Pencil, Pen, Color Pencil.
San Francisco High School of the Arts (HSArts) endeavors to recognize, encourage and nurture artistic talent in the Bay Area. Local youth artists, ages 9 to 16, are invited to submit their original work to our 2022 Fall HSArts Arts Competition. Participants will submit a high quality photo of their work to HSArts and a panel of professional artists will select the winners based on overall presentation, artistry, aesthetic value, color scheme, originality, composition and design.
Winners of the 2022 Fall HSArts Art Competition will be recognized at an awards ceremony held at the school and their artwork will be displayed on campus for three months. All contest winners will receive monetary scholarships to support their arts education at HSArts, its middle school, or its Young Artists Program.
► First place award (1): $5,000
► Second place award (4) : $ 2,000
► Third Place (8): $ 1,000
► Honorable mention (10): $500
All scholarship awards must be used towards payment for HSArts tuition (both middle school and high school), enrollment in the Young Artists Program, art workshops, HSArts Summer Camps, or program materials.
Winners will be announced on December 1, 2022 on the HSArts website. Winning works will be displayed at HSArts starting from December 10, 2022 to June 4, 2023.
► Download and print the Application – Student Information and Release Form
► Enclose a high quality photo of your artwork:
Size: Letter size, 300ppi
► Mail your completed application form with the photo of your artwork to HSArts before the deadline, November 15, 2022:
2022 Fall HSArts Art Competition
1950-1970 Page Street
San Francisco, CA, 94117
► Complete the Online Application and Student Release Form
► Upload a high quality digital photo of your artwork
File format: JPG
► Submit your application form before the deadline, November 15, 2022
Accepted mediums for two-dimensional artwork are as follows:
► Paintings: oil, acrylic paints, watercolor, gouache, tempera, Chinese painting.
► Drawings: colored pencil, graphite, ink, pastel, charcoal (charcoal and pastel drawings should be fixed.)
The rules and regulations included here apply to the 2022 Fall HSArts Art Competition:
► Contest is open to students between the ages of 9 and 16, living in San Francisco or the surrounding Bay Area.
► Each entry should be an original two-dimensional artwork of Western or Eastern style, with the exception of reproductions of any classical realist artwork before the 19th Century.
► Copies of other artists’ works or paintings, from other artists’ photographs or from published materials will not be accepted. Any plagiarized work will be immediately disqualified.
► Artwork should be completed within the last two years, and must not have won any previous prize or award in any other art competition.
► No copies of other artists’ works or paintings from other artists’ photographs or from published material will be allowed. Any plagiarized work will be immediately disqualified.
► Artwork must adhere to the policy of the HSArts Art Competition Commission (the Committee).
► In accordance with this policy exhibits MUST NOT:
– depict subjects of contemporary political controversy
– depict sensationalistic images
– be gruesome nature
While it is not the intent to censor any artwork, HSArts does wish to avoid artwork that is potentially inappropriate for display at our school.