12th Annual
High School Women Artists Exhibition
October 29 - November 13 , 2005





An awards ceremony and reception was held on Sunday, November 13, 2005 for the 12th Annual High School Women Artists Competition. This year's show was the largest in its 12-year history. The exhibition featured the works of 121 artists from 38 high schools throughout the United States. The highlight of the afternoon was when the winning and honorable mention awards were announced in the Mooney Center's Romita Auditorium. A reception followed for the artists, artists families, and sponsoring teachers. It provided an opportunity for the artists to meet each other and discuss their work with members of the Art Department of the School of Arts & Sciences.

Congratulations & Best Wishes
To All Those Who Participated!

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W I N N E R S
(in alphabetical order)

Gina Curcuru
New Rochelle High School
Tea Party
Art Teacher: Ms. Grace Fraioli

Greta Kollman
Tuckahoe High School
Simple Pleasures
Art Teacher: Mr. Thomas Ernst

Jody Alaine Lacson
Academy of Mount St. Ursula
Madonna and Child
Art Teacher: Mr. Gary Horn

Yeji Lee
Pelham High School
Urban Strangers
Art Teacher: Ms. Gail Orfei

Mirise LuBelle
North Salem High School
Untitled piece
Art Teacher: Janie Ms.Crimmins

Maddie Pappas
Pelham High School
Self Portrait - Maddie
Art Teacher: Ms. Gail Orfei

Caroline Goodman Thomases
Dwight-Englewood High School
Untitled piece
Art Teacher: Mr. Gregg Emory

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H O N O R A B L E  M E N T I O N
(in alphabetical order)

Andrea Brown
New Rochelle High School
Self Portrait
Art Teacher: Ms. Alexi Brock

Jane Friedhoff
Rockland Country Day School
View of Antwerp (After Van Gogh)
Art Teacher: Ms. Lydia Viscardi

Alyssa Hamilton
Hopatcong High School
Look Close(r)
Art Teacher: Ms. Ciaramella

Melody Kasoulis
Berlin High School
Untitled
Art Teacher: Ms. Chris Archer

Carolyn Presti
West Babylon High School
Navvikynz
Art Teacher: Mr. Paul Bryant

Lisa Scott
Convent of the Sacred Heart
Walking Home
Art Teacher: Ms. Inez Andrucyk

Antonia Sohns
Hackley School
Untitled
Art Teacher: Mr. Thomas Chin

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The annual High School Women Artists Exhibition was created to offer aspiring young female artists nationwide the opportunity to showcase their two- and three-dimensional works.  It is sponsored by the College’s Office of External Relations, Media & Photographic Services Department, and the Art Department of the School of Arts & Sciences.

The first Catholic college for women in New York State, The College of New Rochelle was founded in 1904 by the Ursuline Order. Today, it comprises the all-women School of Arts & Sciences, and three schools which admit women and men: the School of New Resources (for adult learners), the School of Nursing and the Graduate School.  The main campus of the College is located in lower Westchester County, 16 miles north of New York City.  The College maintains six other campus locations in New York City. Visit the College’s website at www.cnr.edu




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