Congressional Art Competition Picks Winner Tonight
Federal honors will come to one local student.At 5:00 p.m. tonight, local high school students will be displaying their works of art, as part of the Congressional Art competition. The event is hosted by Congressman McKeon’s office, and the artwork will be displayed at The Picture Show on Valencia Blvd.
Guest art judges will pick one winner, who will go on to have their piece of art represent the 25th Congressional district as it is hung in the Capitol Building in Washington DC for one year.
The prestigious honor lasts all year long, as the winning student is flown out to DC to see their artwork unveiled. To read about last year’s winner, Laura Peskay, click here.
Below are pictures of some of the artwork that will be taking part in the competition.
“Rennaissance (Rebirth)” By Rachel Cervetto CHS gr 12
“I’m an American” By Marissa Embola SHS gr 11
“Untitled” By StacyAnne Abuel GVHS gr 12
“And the flag was still there…” By Shontwanette Osawaru GVHS gr 1l
“Untitled” By Laura McFadden GVHS gr 12
“Made in America” By Tyler Recchia VHS gr 9
“Russian Immigrant” By Jessica Dabovich VHS gr 9
“The Origins of My Patriotism, My Mother” By Andrew Bang VHS gr 12
“Light at the Shore” By Chelsey Peck VHS gr 12
“Sneakers, an American Icon” By Logan Recchia VHS gr 10
“Just Truth” By Garrett Iwao Higa SHS gr 12
“My Mom’s Iowan Roots: Splendor of the Heartland” By Alyssa Vaziri SHS gr 12