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Rep. Loudermilk Announces the Winners of the 2022 Congressional Art Competition

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) issued the following statement to announce the 2022 Art Competition winners for Georgia’s 11th Congressional District. Arianna Isabel Perkinson, who attends Woodland High School, won first place for her entry entitled, The Land of the Long White Cloud.

“The Congressional Art Competition is something I look forward to every year because I get to see first-hand the immense artistic talent of the students in Georgia’s 11th Congressional District. This year was no different. Having your artwork displayed in the halls of the U.S. Capitol is an honor, and I look forward to seeing our first-place winner, Arianna Perkinson’s, artwork every time I walk to the House floor to make a vote. I know our judges had a tough time choosing this year’s winners, but every student who participated should be very proud of themselves.”

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In the 2022 competition, a total of 44 entries were submitted from across Georgia’s 11th Congressional District. The winning artwork was determined by an independent panel of judges.

2022 Congressional Art Competition Results:

1st Place
Arianna Isabel Perkinson
Artwork: Aotearao ‘The Land of the Long White Cloud’
School: Woodland High School
Teacher: Dorothy Reavis

2nd Place
Ella Walker
Artwork: The Reflection of a Legacy
School: Creekview High School
Teacher: Leslie Babcock

3rd Place
Kyra Brown
Artwork: Not a Drop to Drink
School: Woodland High School
Teacher: Dorothy Reavis

Honorable Mention
Skyler Cook
Artwork: Frustration
School: River Ridge High School
Teacher: Chris Akins

Honorable Mention
Elizabeth Victoria Ovcharov
Artwork: What I Have Seen
School: Lyndon Academy
Teacher: Goldie Robinson