Senior CeCe Cook picked up this year’s Best in Show award at Packwood House Museum’s 40th annual Scholastic Arts Exhibit. The winning entry, entitled “Cubist Violin,” was entered in the Sculpture category. Southern Columbia students entered seven of the 111 two-dimensional and three-dimensional pieces on display, all created by 97 student artists from 16 high schools from around the Central Pennsylvania region. Judges awarded placement ribbons in twelve different categories in addition to the Best in Show ribbon. Congratulations to the following student-artists who submitted award-winning entries:
Category 1a (Painting – Oils)
Second – “The Dancer,” by Morgan Cole, Grade 11, Southern Columbia High School
Category 2a (Drawing: Pencil, Pen and Ink)
First – “Self-Portrait,” by Tori Romania, Grade 11, Southern Columbia High School
Category 7 (Sculpture)
First – “Cubist Violin,” by CeCe Cook, Grade 12, Southern Columbia High School
Category 9 (Other:  Mixed Media, Crafts, Textiles, etc.)
Second – “Matahari,” by Maddie Glosek, Grade 11, Southern Columbia High School
Pictured is CeCe Cook's sculpture which was awarded Best in Show! Click the photo to see a larger image.

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