2023 Competitive Exhibits Winners

2023 Competitive Exhibits Winners

Floriculture - Senior won by Julia Malinowski of Morgan Hill FFA

Graphic & Two-Dimensional Art - Junior won by Karina Salloom of Adam’s 4-H

Graphic & Two-Dimensional Art – Intermediate won by Nicola Field of El Sereno 4-H

Graphic & Two-Dimensional Art – Senior won by Holly Wilson of Sobrato FFA

Honey – Intermediate won by Paxton Hollenbeck of Homesteaders 4-H

Honey – Senior won by Holly Wilson of Sobrato FFA

Legos – Junior won by Jonathan Uribe of Sunset 4-H

Legos – Intermediate won by Paxton Hollenbeck of Homesteaders 4-H

Legos – Senior won by Alondra Dominguez of Morgan Hill FFA

Needle & Fiber Arts – Junior won by Patrick Stepp of Rolling Hills 4-H

Needle & Fiber Arts – Senior won by Audrey Spaid of Homesteaders 4-H

Photography – Junior won by Waylon Naccarato of San Martin 4-H

Photography – Intermediate won by Quincy Salloom of Adam’s 4-H

Photography – Senior won by Mylie Foster of Gilroy FFA

Preserved Foods – Junior won by Darla Gilmore of San Martin 4-H

Preserved Foods - Intermediate won by Peyton Hicks of Pacheco Pass 4-H

Preserved Foods – Senior won by Jessica Heneghan San Martin 4-H

Recycle! Repurpose! – Senior won by Audrey Spaid of Homesteaders 4-H

Record & Project Books – Senior won by Anna Clayton of Homesteaders 4-H

Sewing & Quilting – Junior won by Robin Le of Pleasant Acres 4-H

Sewing & Quilting – Intermediate won by Nicola Field of El Sereno 4-H

Table Setting – Intermediate won by Paxton Hollenbeck of Homesteaders 4-H

Technology & Computer Science – Senior won by Malia Sheaffer of El Sereno 4-H

Stills - Junior - 4-H High Point won by Charlotte Harper of Rolling Hills 4-H

Stills - Intermediate - 4-H High Point won by Paxton Hollenbeck of Homesteaders 4-H

Stills - Senior - 4-H High Point won by Audrey Spaid of Homesteaders 4-H

Stills - Outstanding 4-H Exhibit won by Paxton Hollenback of Homesteaders 4-H

Stills - Outstanding FFA Exhibit won by Holly Wilson of Sobrato FFA

Stills - FFA High Point won by Holly Wilson of Sobrato FFA

Fair Poster Contest

Poster Due By May 15, 2024

In celebration of the 80th year of the Santa Clara County Fair, we’re thrilled to announce a unique opportunity for young artists to create a commemorative fair poster. The Santa Clara County Fair has a rich history, dating back to its establishment in 1941.

In this competition, we are looking for young artists to channel their creative talents to illustrate how the Silicon Valley has evolved over the years, transitioning ‘From the Fields’ to the transformation of a tech-based landscape ‘The Future’. Let your artistic vision capture the essence of this journey as we celebrate the 2024 Santa Clara County Fair.

Please note that we only accept hand-drawn illustrations for this competition. Works created with any form of artificial intelligence assistance, whether partial or total, will not be considered. Let your imagination and skill shine through your traditional artistic expression. Good luck!