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Art Honors for Warwick High School Students

Art Honors for Warwick High School Students


Warwick High School recently had four art students selected for the 2019 Scholastic Art Awards.  The recipients are: 



  • Chloe Long, 12th grade - Honorable Mention for Printmaking and painting
  • Adrianne Nolt, 12th grade - Gold Key: Printmaking, with Honorable Mentions in Mixed Media and Drawing
  • Marissa Treibley, 12th grade - Honorable Mention: Printmaking
  • Doriannon Hugar, 11th grade - Gold Key: Printmaking 


Several students were also awarded for the 2019 Lancaster County Young Artist Awards, recipients are: 


  • Doriannon Hugar, 11th grade - Gold Key: Printmaking
  • Kaelan Miller, 12th grade - Gold Key: Sculpture
  • Adrianne Nolt, 12th grade - Gold Key: Printmaking, Silver Key: Mixed Media, Honorable Mention: Drawing
  • Leandro Abad, 12th grade - Honorable Mention: Printmaking
  • Chloe Long, 12th grade - Gold Key: Textiles
  • Marissa Treibley, 12th grade - Honorable Mention: Printmaking
  • Ester Sho, 10th grade - Gold Key: Sculpture
  • Kody Bruhn, 12th grade - Gold Key: Textiles


“Our Warwick Art Department is so very proud of these exceptional young artists and all the hard work, time, and heart they put into creating these award-winning pieces. We congratulate all our Warwick art students,” stated Mrs. Angie Hohenadel, an Art teacher at Warwick High School.  


The Scholastic Art exhibition will be held at the Demuth Museum while the Lancaster County Young Artist exhibition will be held at the Lancaster Museum of Art.  The opening receptions are Friday, March 1st, from 5 to 8 p.m. and exhibits will be up until the end of March.