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Art Students Honored

April 29, 2020
By Deb Daley

Mercy Art students received several honors in late April 2020. Senior Anna-Marie O'Donnell earned an Honorable Mention with her painting titled "Star Gazing" in the Congressional Art Competition. Congressman Don Bacon made the announcement on this video.  

Twenty Mercy artists were also accepted into “Celebrating Art's” spring edition.  They include:

Carmen Aguilar – Paper Rose; chalk pastel
Valentina Arriola-Tirado – Wild Flower; chalk pastel
Olivia Behrens – Mountain Sunset; acrylic
Josie Browning – Ajar Light – tenebrism acrylic
Sarah Cordwin – Balance Your World – tenebrism acrylic
Maeve Crowley – Summer Mountain View – oil
Reese Drake – A Lonely Pear – acrylic
Lacee Houghtaling – Reality of Our Bodies – reduction print
Makayla Kennedy – Freedom – illuminated acrylic
Carolyn Klein – Weinbach Waves – oil
Cecelia Martinez – Jaded – tenebrism acrylic
Olivia Miller – The Sting – illuminated acrylic
Mary Mitzlaff – War Solves Nothing – reduction print
Mia Norton – Pineapple Wonder – chalk pastel
Sulema Nungaray – The Pain of Child Abuse – relief print
Anna-Marie O’Donnell – Hope; charcoal
Sarah Ronanye – Fake Smile – reduction print
Dani Stolze – Grace – acrylic
Jo Torneten – Pumpkin – acrylic
Kelly Villalva – Peaceful Surrender - acrylic

The editor of the book stated, "Students of your school should feel honored as thousands of entrants were not invited to be published."

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