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Carter Announces 2018 Congressional Art Competition Winners

(Round Rock, TX) – Congressman John Carter (TX-31) announced Nicole Marie Petrik from Cedar Ridge High School as Best in Show of the 2018 Congressional Art Competition. The winners were announced on Saturday at a reception celebrating all of the 2018 TX-31 Art Competition participants at Texas State University Round Rock Campus.

 

“I’m so impressed by all of the participants in this year’s Congressional Art Competition. This year, my office received over 100 submissions, and the young men and women in District 31 really brought their A game, it was certainly difficult for our judges to choose the winners. I look forward to Nicole’s visit to Washington, DC and seeing her artwork represent District 31 in the Capitol each day. Congratulations to all of our participants for their hard work,” Congressman Carter said.

 

Many of the artwork pieces will be on display at the Texas State University Round Rock Campus for the next two weeks.

 

The 2018 Texas District 31 Congressional Art Competition results are:

 

Best in Show

“Innocence” by Nicole Marie Petrik, Cedar Ridge High School

 

 

Paintings

 

1st Place: “Sister Part II” by Kendra Garmon, Academy High School

 

2nd Place: “Inner Colors” by Rowan Dennis, Liberty Hill High School

 

 3rd Place: “Pine Cones and Flowers” by Jordan Wormley, Stony Point High School

 

Drawings

 

1st Place: “Innocence” by Nicole Marie Petrik, Cedar Ridge High School (pictured as Best In Show)

 

2nd Place: “Sophie” by Mary Fluitt, Georgetown High School

 

3rd Place: “Chloe” by Cristina Yasquez, Georgetown High School (not pictured)

 

Mixed Media

 

1st Place: “There’s An Opening” by Rachel Cannon, Killeen High School

 

2nd Place: “Flight” by Morgan Brunning, Georgetown High School

 

3rd Place: “Perspective” by Jillianne Yap, Stony Point High School

 

 

Photographs

 

1st Place: “Reflecting” by Jacklyn Baez, Georgetown High School (not pictured)

 

2nd Place: “Solitary” by Thomas Byrd, Thrall High School (not pictured)

 

3rd Place: “Below Reality” by Dylan Barrington, Thrall High School

 

Collages

 

1st Place: “Eesome Night” by Bobbie Requejo, Stony Point High School

 

2nd Place: “I Change My Mind” by Abbigail Spillane, Rouse High School (not pictured)

 

Computer Generated Art

 

1st Place: “You Can Take the Girl Out of Texas…” by Carley Thompson, Killeen ISD Career Center

 

 2nd Place: “Loss of Self” by Evan Hoffman, Rouse High School

 

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“I’ll Carry It With Me” by Julie Vandagritt, Gateway College Prep High School

 

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