Bainbridge High metal artist wins award

Max Moriarty, a student at Bainbridge High, won third place in “Passing the Torch 2013,” the Seattle Metal Guild’s annual statewide jewelry and metal arts competition and exhibition for Washington high school students.

Students from 17 high schools across the state competed in the juried exhibition. Moriarty, a senior at Bainbridge High, received honors for the articulated hand he fabricated from brass.

Other students representing BHS at this exhibition are Emily Rose, Paige Appleberry, Gavin Wells and Kelli Young.

Metalworks from “Passing the Torch” are currently on display in the North Galleria at the Washington State Convention Center through June 6.

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