Rep. Ratcliffe names Texas High School student as finalist in 2018 Congressional Art Competition


Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas) announced today the finalists from the 2018 Congressional Art Competition, including McKenzie Brown from Texas High School. The finalists were chosen by a panel of judges who assessed submissions from high school students across the 18 counties in Texas’ 4th District.


“I was incredibly impressed by all of the submissions we received in this year’s Congressional Art Competition. I’d like to congratulate each student who was named a finalist, and I’m looking forward to seeing which piece will stand out as the favorite in this year’s People’s Choice contest,” Ratcliffe said.

“Endurance” by McKenzie Brown of Texas High School, mixed media



All finalists were automatically entered into the People’s Choice contest, where the piece that receives the most votes on Facebook between May 14 and 28 will be announced as the winner.


Click here to view the People’s Choice gallery and to cast your vote by hitting “like” on your favorite artwork submission.

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