March 17, 2022

Senior Abigail Sanders is First CCS Houston Rodeo Auction Winner

On March 13, 2022, Abigail Sanders was the first CCS student to be a participant as an auction winner in the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo School Art program.

Abigail had this to say of her experience, “It was really exciting to be there. We checked in and all the art students and I worked on a collage piece that was auctioned at the end. My personal auction experience was exciting because it “caught all the buyers’ attention” and sold for $45,000. I met my sweet/kind buyers too!” 

Abigail would like to thank all her art teachers over the years and especially Mrs. Brubaker for blessing her with a strong foundation in creativity and expressionism.

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