ARMONK, N.Y. – In the final weeks of school, two Byram Hills High School art students have had their work singled out in two prestigious juried art shows.
Junior Karina Ikeda was a finalist in the “iCreate Teen Art” juried art show at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich. Ikeda's work, a self-portrait in charcoal on brown paper based on the work of artist Robert Longo, made the final selection of 35. Her work can be seen at the Bruce Museum through July 7.
In a different exhibit, AP Photo student Austin Raichelson, also a junior, won second prize in the student division of the 2013 Westchester County Amateur Photography competition with a photo he took last summer of the dome of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. His work, and that of other winners, can be seen through June 13 at the Greenburgh Public Library.
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