Smithfield student takes second place in Congressional Art Competition

Smithfield student takes second place in Congressional Art Competition

PAWTUCKET – U.S. Congressman David N. Cicilline announced Smithfield’s Adeline Schwartz received second place in this year’s Congressional Art Competition for her piece, titled “Images of Adeline.”

Schwartz’s piece will be displayed in the congressman’s Washington, D.C., office.

First place went to Abigail Worden, of East Providence, and third place went to Sarah Sherman, of East Providence.

The annual contest seeks to spotlight local talent and promote arts education. Cicilline, who has run the competition each year since coming to Congress, held an award ceremony at his office in Pawtucket to recognize the high school artists who participated.