(previously “Provost’s Art Prize”; name changed in 1998)

Year
Winner's Name
Award
Title
 

1987
Mark Hogensen
$300
Untitled (black/white block print)
 

1988

Lori Thomas

$350
Light Effects II (hand-made paper; violet and mauve)
 

1989

Lance Morrison

$300
Untitled (hand/arm sculpture)
 

1990

Nancy Monteith

$300

Untitled (4-shot photo)

 

1991

Christopher Forrest

$300

Still Life with Apples (pastel)

 

1992

Christopher Westfall

$300

Ishi (sculpture)

 

1993

Nicole Rawlins

$300

Escape (woodcut)

 

1994

Joella Beals

$300

Release (mixed media)

 

1995

Hiu-Kan "Joyce" Kok

$300

Soy Sauce, Oil and Ink (mixed media)

 

1996

Amie Walter

$300

Eames Chair Poster (color computer print-out)

 

1997

Katie Erb

$300

Untitled (soapstone sculpture)

 

1998

Aaron L. Fry

$300

Funk Organ (monotype and mixed media)

 

1999

Eric Lilly

$300

Cloudy Day at the Beach (monotype print)

 

2000

Christopher Buckingham

$500

Bath Tub, La Sala, I don’t Understand (watercolor)

 

2001

Joelle Camacho

$500
The Curry Diaires (mixed media painting)
 

2002
Michele Stahlecker
$500
Quarterstaff (monotype)
 

2003
Sarah Anne Pence
$500
Kim's Painting: The Red Shoes (oil painting on wood panel)
 

2004
Cameron Brown
$500
European Study (photograph)
 

2005
Jeff Miller
$500
Survival Stories (digital poster)
 

2006
Elizabeth Lamb
$500
Self Portrait Series (polaroid transfer)
 

2007
Dylan Boye
$1,000
Interrogation (silver gelatin photograph)
 

2008
Kelli Jean Reuther
$1,150
"Educate" (graphic design)

 
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2009
Greg Luckeroth
$1,000
Dead As A Doornail, Media: Woodblock

 
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2010
Morgan Williams
$1,000
What Have You Been Waiting For? (charcoal on canvas)


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2011
Grace Noel
$1,000
Home (encaustic painting)
 

2012
Nathan Childs
$1,000
White (spray enamel, acrylic, gesso wood panel)

 
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2013
Dane Miner
$1,500
Lapse (mixed media 6 panels)


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