Hun Students Take Top Honors at Art Exhibition
“THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS”: Rachel Huffaker of the Hun School of Princeton received first prize in the photography division of the Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition for this black and white Philadelphia cityscape. The exhibition runs through February 11.
Hun School of Princeton seniors Rachel Huffaker and Nicholas Reilly have been awarded top prizes in the Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition in New Hope, Pa.
Huffaker received first prize in the photography division and Reilly received second prize in the 3-D division of the juried art competition. This year, 126 students from 18 high schools in New Jersey and Pennsylvania entered the competition. It is open to the public on Saturday and Sunday through February 11, from 1 to 5 p.m.
Huffaker’s black and white piece is called “Through the Looking Glass.” It’s a Philadelphia cityscape she shot by attaching a tube to her camera lens which did not allow light to enter from the side.
Other Hun students exhibiting at Phillips’ Mill are: Gigi Venizelos ’20; Crystal Luongo-Hyatt ’18; Jenny Xu ’21; Jessica Zhen ’18; Natasha Khoo ’19; and Alec Papanicolaou ’19.
The gallery is located at 2619 River Road (Route 32), in New Hope, Pa. For more information, go to the www.phillipsmill.org or call (215) 862-0582.