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Winning Art Selected in Student Contest

Finalists and a winner in the Arts & Sciences 2012 Student Art Contest have been announced by the Dean's Office.

The contest was open to all students currently enrolled at William and Mary. Entries were judged by a small committee consisting of a professor in the Art and Art History Department, a curator from the Muscarelle Museum, staff in the Dean's Office, and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

The winning entry is a scratchboard by Molly Adair '14, featuring the Crim Dell Bridge. Molly will receive a $200 prize.

Crim Dell Bridge, scratchboard, 8.5 by 11 inches, by Molly Adair '14

The judging committee also designated two art works as finalists in the contest.

Raise the Green and Gold (wildflower refuge), digital collage, by David Loebman '14 Trees by Andrews Hall and Swem Library, charcoal on paper, 22 by 30 inches, by Gabriella Smith '13