Delaware Valley High School student sculpts giant cardboard camera

 

Jenna Murphy, Delaware Valley High School senior, won first place in the sculpture category at the Vernon High School Invitational art exhibit for her giant corrugated cardboard camera.

The invitational was an exhibit and competition of 10 surrounding schools from Pa. and N.J.

Representatives from the Delaware College of Art and Design and William Patterson College judged the competition in five categories: drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, crafts, and an open category.

Murphy was awarded a scholarship to each of the schools should she decide to apply and attend. The judges were impressed with the college level caliber of her work.

Other participating Delaware Valley students were Marissa Pezzullo, painting and photography; Karilyn Klag, painting and ceramics; Rose Fernandez, painting; Jeremy Block, digital design; Morgan Frye, ceramics; Abigail Devizia, drawing; and Audrey Creegan, ceramics.

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