3 students, including a high school student from Kingman took top honors in the Mohave Community College Fall Art Show. The public voted on 100 pieces of art submitted from students around Southern Mohave County.
MCC student Brooke Vericker’s photograph called “Oil Tanks” was the top winner. Vericker won an Intuos Wacom Small Art Pen touch Tablet. Only two votes separated first and second place.
MCC student Samantha Rezzetti took silver for her Adobe Illustrator pen tool drawing named “Patrick Stewart.”
Third place winner was Lee Williams High School student Pamela Ortega. She submitted a perspective drawing of buildings called “Buildings.”
Second and third place winners received $45 Staples Gift Cards. According to Ann King, resident faculty, MCC Visual Communications graduates have many career options including graphic/digital design, web design, game design, advertising and illustration.
Students are also saving at least $12,000 in tuition by starting at MCC, then transferring to one of MCC’s 17 partner universities to pursue a bachelor’s degree.