Two Vacaville High School students have been named winners in a competitive environmental art contest in the Sacramento region.
Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails has announced 12 winners of its annual Clean Air Art Contest.
Vaca High student Cynthia Rendon Aguilar won third place in the Fine Art category. Fellow Bulldog Elena Quintana won third place in the Ceramics and Sculpture category.
Rendon Aguilar and Quintana will be honored at Breathe’s 40th Annual Clean Air Awards Luncheon on May 11 at Memorial Auditorium in Sacramento. The pair and three other Vaca High students who were named finalists in the competition also will have their work shown at Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum and Verge Center for the Arts this summer.