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Congressman Pat Meehan Presents Art Awards to Local High School Youth

Two Radnor High School students were amongst those who had winning artwork.

 U.S. Representative Patrick Meehan (PA-07) on Tuesday honored local high school students for their artwork submitted as part of the Congressional Art Competition.

Two students were amongst those who had winning artwork in this year’s Congressional Art Competition.

 

Painting: Oil/Acrylic:

First: Andrea Brozak, “Cirque du Chien,” Garnet Valley High School

Second: Julia Reichert, “Cliff Color,” Radnor High School

Third: Samantha Herman, “Pumpkin and Squash,” West Chester East High School

 

Photography:

First: Jessica Savarese, “Untitled,” Garnet Valley High School

Second: Emily McElwain-Siems, “City Destination,” Penncrest High School

Third: Rosemarie Owoc, “Perspective,” Upper Merion High School

 

Mixed Media:

First: Danille Talley, “The End of the World,” Garnet Valley High School

Second: Eunice Lee, “Food as Art,” Radnor High School

Third: Ganna Novikova, “Untitled,” Bayard Rustin High School

 

Color Drawing:

First: Katy Stevenson, “Big Eyes,” Chichester High School

Second: Katie Hespenheide, “Bel Air,” Penncrest High School

Third: Nancy Nguyen, “Pastel Still Life,” Pennwood High School

 

Black and White Drawing:

First: Michelle Fikse, “Serenity,” Bayard Rustin High School

Second: Brian O’Donnell, “Silverware,” Garnet Valley High School

Third: Joshua Benito, “Foreign Visitors,” Upper Darby High School

 

Printmaking:

First: Emma Davis, “The Great Wall of China,” Penncrest High School

Second: Jasmine Summers, “Parisian Print,” Penncrest High School

Third: Robin Graney, “Soumya in Ink,” Garnet Valley

 

Watercolor:

First: Isabella Korfmann, “O mar no Brasil,” The Shipley School

Second: Brittany Gledhill, “City of Dreams,” Chichester High School

Third: Molly Lawrence, “Grid Portrait of Sophie and Aliou,” Penncrest High School

 

Digitial Enhanced:

First: Jake Van Langenveld, “Toxic Future,” Strath Haven High School

Second: Morgan Nitz, “Departure,” Upper Darby High School

Third: William Todd, “Are You Not Entertained?” The Shipley School

 

The Congressional Art Competition began in 1982 to provide an opportunity for Members of Congress to encourage and recognize the artistic talents of their young constituents. Since then, over 650,000 high school students have been involved with the nation-wide competition.

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