Congressman Yarmuth's 2018 Art Competition

Welcome to the 2018 Congressional Art Competition. Since 1982, Members of the U.S. House of Representatives have hosted the annual Competition, which enables high-school students from across the nation to demonstrate their artistic talents before a global audience. 

Earlier this year, students from Louisville high schools were invited to submit artwork for this year's Community Choice Competition. The winning piece will be displayed in Congressman Yarmuth's District Office for one year. 

Voting for this year's competition has ended.

The winner of this year's National Competition is Atherton High senior Emily Aycock, for her work entitled "Rumination"

Rumination, Emily Aycock

The winner of this year's Community Choice Competition is Pleasure Ridge Park High School freshman Mallery Marshall, for her work entitled "Finally!!"

Finally!!, Mallery Marshall

Click on the images below to see larger versions of all of this year's submissions:

Congressman Yarmuth's 2018 Art Competition