Student Artists Selected to Exhibit at Phillips’ Mill

Nora Greer ’19 received second Place in Photography for her photograph entitled Boy in Rwanda.

Eight George School students were selected to appear in the 2019 Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition in New Hope, Pennsylvania.

Nora Greer ’19 received second place in Photography for her photograph entitled Boy in Rwanda; JoceLynn Labossiere ’19 received an honorable mention in Photography for her photograph entitled Damara; and Claryn Troup ’19 received an honorable mention in 3-D for her piece entitled Turned Lidded Vessel.

Kalani Chen-Hayes ’20, Phoebe Johnson ’20, Alice Ke ’19, Eamon McEwen ’19, and S. Mitch Reilly ’19 were also selected to appear in the exhibition.

See the student work below.

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Artist: JoceLynn Labossiere '19
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Artist: Nora Greer '19
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Artist: Claryn Troup '19
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Artist: Claryn Troup '19
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Artist: Kalani Chen-Hayes '20
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Artist: S. Mitch Reilly '19
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Artist: Phoebe Johnson '20
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Artist: Eamon McEwen '19
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Artist: Alice Ke '19
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