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2020 Congressional Art Competition

 

Thank you to all of the student artists that competed in this year's Congressional Art Competition. Submissions for this competition have closed.

 

I am constantly amazed by the number of talented and creative young people that can be found right here in Maryland. This year’s winner was chosen through public voting on social media, with William Ahn of Winston Churchill High School receiving the most votes for his artwork entitled “The Working Man.” Congratulations to William and our other winners for their impressive achievements.

First Place

The Working Man

William Ahn, The Working Man

Winston Churchill High School

Potomac, Md.

 
Category Winners
 
Spirit of the District
Spirit of the District

Marwaha Rohin, Protest at the White House

Northwest High School

Germantown, Md.

 
Staff Pick
StaffSelection

Micah Ehart, Women in Blue

Homeschooled

 
Best Collage
Best Collage

Lucille Covington, Oh What a World

North Hagerstown High School

Hagerstown, Md.

 
Best Computer Generated
Best Drawing

Christina Hviid, Vida y muerte

Urbana High School

Urbana, Md.

 
Best Mixed Media
Mixed Media

Tarina Amaralikit, I Am Not a Virus

Winston Churchill High School

Potomac, Md.

 
Best Painting
Painting

Jenny Cheng, Faded

Saint James School

Hagerstown, Md.