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15th Congressional

"An Artistic Discovery - 2004"

The Baum School of Art

 

About the Contest:

Each year members of the U.S. House of Representatives join together to recognize the creative spirit of American high school students in a nationwide art competition. The contest, An Artistic Discovery 2004, is implemented by the members in their districts and features paintings, drawings, prints, and photography. Each member brings a winning entry back to Washington, D.C. to be displayed in the annual exhibition in a corridor of the U.S. Capitol - an area dedicated to the artistic talents of today's youth.
 

The Parkland Trojan Art Gallery is proud to announce that three students placed in this nation wide contest.

 

Second Place: Erin Schechtman "Self Portrait" pastel

 

Third Place: Meagan Carnahan "Freshly Picked" colored pencils

 

Third Place: Andrea Martinovic "Hallways" pen and ink



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