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Pair of Rams Earn Accolades in 34th Annual PSEA Art Show
Pair of Rams Earn Accolades in 34th Annual PSEA Art Show

A pair of Harriton High School artists have been named winners in the 34th Annual Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) Touch the Future Art Show, which celebrates the best works of art from students throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties. The 200 pieces that comprise this year's juried exhibit were chosen by a representative from Temple University's Tyler School of Art.

Eleventh grader Julia Hoeffner earned Best of Show honors in the jewelry/metals category for her necklace entitled Faces of My Life (pictured above), while senior Jonah Srulevich finished in third place in the photography category for his submission Trapped in Solitude (pictured below). Hoeffner and Srulevich are art students in Laura Labrinakos and Kate Witman's classes, respectively.

To check out Harriton's award-winning pieces in this year's virtual exhibit, click here.

Jonah Srulevich's Award-Winning Photo

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