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Student photography chosen for state traveling exhibition

Bothell High School student Anna Dickman took second place for this photo entered into the Traditional Silver Gelatin, black/white category. - Contributed/Northshore School District
Bothell High School student Anna Dickman took second place for this photo entered into the Traditional Silver Gelatin, black/white category.
— image credit: Contributed/Northshore School District

Northshore students Anna Dickman, Andri Kumar and Savanna Sherstad’s photography entries are included in a group of 36 photographs receiving top honors in the 2014 Washington State High School Photography Competition held May 3 at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore. All 36 photographs will be on public display at the Museum Quality Framing Gallery, 428 Westlake Avenue N., in Seattle, from 7-9 p.m. beginning June 5.

The traveling exhibition will go on a one-year tour of the state, including exhibits at the Tacoma Art Museum in September and the Seattle Art Museum in December.

Northshore top honorees:

Traditional Silver Gelatin, black/white—Anna Dickman, Bothell High School, second

People—Andri Kumar, Bothell High School, third

Manipulation—Savanna Sherstad, Woodinville High School, third

Other Northshore finalists:

Portrait—Edgar Rojas, Bothell High School, fourth

Landscape—Bailey Fjelstul, Inglemoor High School, fourth

Architecture—Jesse Brown, Bothell High School, fifth

Landscape—Heather McKenzie, Inglemoor High School, sixth

Traditional Silver Gelatin black/white—Shauna Kruse, Bothell High School, sixth

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