2000 Juried Art Show

The NOSB Ocean Connection Art Show is open to all "ocean-theme" artwork created by high school students (grades 9-12) from schools participating in the NOSB. Students do not have to be members of the NOSB team to submit art to the show.

Artwork submitted must be original and created solely by the participating student during the current school year. No published, traced, or copied materials are allowed.

To see examples of previous artwork, check out last year's winners.

Best of show
"Harmonic Symbiosis"
by Missa Braund-Allen

2000 Winners

Best of Show
"Harmonic Symbiosis"
by Missa Braund-Allen, East Anchorage High School.

Two-Dimensional Color
1st place: Ben Clock, Seward High School
2nd place: Karie Schafer, Seward High School
3rd place: Stephanie Christian, Seward High School

Honorable mention: Ira Schaefer, Juneau-Douglas High School
Honorable mention: Katy Peterson, Seward High School

Two-Dimensional B&W
1st place: Mary Meeks, Seward High School
2nd place: Mary Meeks, Seward High School
3rd place: Amy Fosket, Juneau-Douglas High School

Honorable mention: Heather Bartlett, Seward High School
Honorable mention: Amber St. Amand, Seward High School

1st place: Carol Clausen, Seward High School
2nd place: Serena Sterrett, East Anchorage High School
3rd place: Andrea Knopik, Seward High School

Honorable mention: Joslyn Perry, Seward High School


The NOSB juried art show is open to all media.

  • Two-Dimensional Color

  • Two-Dimensional B&W

  • Three-Dimensional


One Best of Show

1st, 2nd, 3rd, and up to two honorable mentions are awarded in each category.

Artwork is juried by a panel made up of professional/working artists.

Best of Show receives a Wacom Intuos 6x8 intelligent graphics tablet system donated by Alaska Sea Grant.

Information on Submitting Works

All pieces should be labeled with the following information in the lower right-hand corner of the back side of the work:

  • Name
  • Title
  • Media
  • School
  • Grade
  • Teacher

Plexiglas should be used for framed artwork (no glass).

Matted and shrink-wrapped works are accepted, but must be equipped with a secure method for hanging.

All work must be submitted ready to hang/display.

Pieces not ready for hanging will be returned to the submitting school and will not be included in the art show.

All works must include adequate packaging and arrangements for return shipping to the submitting school.

To allow time for hanging and judging, submitted works must arrive no later than February 4, 2000.

For more information

Judy McDonald,
Alaska Region NOSB Coordinator
University of Alaska Seward Marine Center
(907) 224-5261


Dave Brenner,
Graphic Artist
University of Alaska Sea Grant
(907) 474-7948