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AOSE Artists Accepted to Juried Show

Congratulations to our award-winning artists, whose work is currently on display in the Atrium Gallery in Morristown. Seniors Emma Mason, Erika Bulger, Lisa Longo, and Christina Zipse and junior Caroline Mahoney are among the students artists honored to be included in the 29th Annual Blackwell Street Juried Student Show.

Emma won four awards in the show, including first place honors for "Sweet Temptation," a work in marker, shown below. Erika collected two honorable mentions, including one for her watercolor "Juno," above. Caroline also collected an honorable mention for "Miss You," a scratchboard portrait of her dog. 

Blackwell Street is a juried show, and students from across Morris County submitted work for consideration. With twelve pieces on display, AOSE is among the most well-represented schools in the entire county. We are so proud of our student artists, and urge you to check out the show on display now through April 27 at the Atrium Gallery.