Katy ISD Art Students Earn More Than $20,000

Reserve Grand Champion Flora Hu, Seven Lakes High School

KATY (Covering Katy News) – Twelve of the 20 pieces of artwork auctioned off at the Fort Bend County Fair Event were created by Katy Independent School District students, earning a cumulative total of over $20,000 this year.

Seven Lakes High School student Flora Hu’s creation entitled “A Cowboy’s Bestfriend” won the “Reserve Grand Champion” recognition while four additional students were ranked the highest in “Best of Class”.

“It is inspiring to see the hard work our Katy ISD students put into these masterpieces and ultimately it’s so rewarding to see their smiles when they are recognized,” said Assistant Director of Fine Arts Mitzi Jones.  “Each piece has a stunning story attached to it which brings their art to life,” added Jones.

See additional photos below.

Place Student School Artwork Title
Reserve Grand Champion Flora Hu Seven Lakes High School “A Cowboy’s Bestfriend”
Best of Class Fabiana Muñoz Cinco Ranch High School “A Texas Hindrance”
Best of Class Lauren Gray Tompkins High School “American Rodeo Royalty”
Best of Class Rachel Wang Seven Lakes High School “Strumming Along”
Best of Class Lauren Tomalty Seven Lakes High School “Texas Prairie”
Zoe Puno Tompkins High School “A Special Bond”
Seah Chue Tompkins High School “Hollow Moment”
Christine Goh Tompkins High School “My Good Side”
Isabella Concepcion Tompkins High School “Gotcha”
Uma Kamath Tays Junior High “Blazing Eyes”
Pooja Dave Tays Junior High “Best In Show”
Ellice Gao Seven Lakes High School “Cattle Collie”

 

Fabiana Munoz, Cinco Ranch High School

 

Lauren Gray, Thompkins High School

 

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