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Congressman Tim Ryan Announces 2021 Congressional Art Competition Winner and Finalists

July 26, 2021
Press Release

Youngstown, OH - Today, Congressman Tim Ryan (OH-13) announced the winners of the Congressional Art Competition from Ohio’s 13th Congressional District. Students from schools across the district entered 57 pieces of original artwork.

“I am proud to recognize these talented students and their artistic abilities. They have shown their creativity and commitment to the arts in a very difficult time for our country—and we are all better for their efforts,” said Congressman Ryan. “Every year I am impressed with the quality of their work and the courage to allow others to judge what they do. We need the arts in our lives more now than ever, and the Congressional Art Competition showcases the very best of Northeast Ohio. I’m always thrilled by what I see.”

Best of Show: Jasean Rushton, Valley Christian High School
His artwork will hang in the U.S. Capitol Tunnel in Washington, DC for eleven months.
1st Place and 2nd Place: Gabe Gilliland, Hubbard High School
3rd Place: Mallory Greenamyer, Hubbard High School

Honorable Mentions:
Lenci Blohm, Cardinal Mooney High School 
Tera Brilmyer Fireston High School for the Arts (2 pieces)
Gabe Gilliland, Hubbard High School
Mallory Greenamyer  Hubbard High School (2 pieces)
Steve Hiner, Cardinal Mooney High School
Sierra Kaster, Valley Christian High School
Chloe Mershimer, Cardinal Mooney High School
Emma Patchin, Champion High School
Caralyn Pelini, Cardinal Mooney High School
Grace Raymer, Cardinal Mooney High School

The Congressional Art Competition was created in 1982, and hundreds of thousands of high school students have participated at the local level. This nationwide art competition gives local students an opportunity to showcase their talents, and a chance to have their entry displayed as part of an eleven-month exhibit in the Cannon Tunnel that leads to the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, DC.

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