By John McDevitt

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa. (CBS) – The 25th annual “Touch the Future” art exhibit is now on display for public viewing. 850 young artists from high schools in Bucks and Montgomery counties entered the annual juried art show.

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The Mideastern Region of the Pennsylvania State Education Association puts the art show every year.

This year the entries were whittled down to 225.

There are several categories including acrylic/oil/watercolor, photography and 3-D mixed media sculpture where Upper Dublin High School junior Julianne Santiago won that Category with her entry of “Heart and Gears”

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“The heart is a representation of love and the gears represents function and motion and what that tells me every day is to never forget to put my love into action.”

It’s made of scraped wood and metal washers.

“People will be very impressed with the work. It doesn’t look like high school; these works look like it was done by college and professional artists,” co-chair Lynne Pribis said.

The exhibition will be open to the public through Sunday, Feb. 26, at the Montgomery County Guild of Professional Artists  at SPP Galleries in West Conshohocken.

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For more information, visit http://www.mcgopa.org/