Art In The Capitol

Student artwork from around the district was amazing, and the decision was difficult for the judges.  Artists demonstrated depth, movement, brush strokes, detail, and flow in their work.  Comments from the judges also focused on dynamic contrasts within art selections that included delicacy and boldness, as well as vibrancy and stillness.


Congratulations are extended to all participants.  The following submissions were recognized at the October School Board meeting with the first place winner’s artwork being presented to Representative Larry Lee’s office.  This piece will hang in the State Capitol for the entire Legislative session.


Congratulations to the winners of the Art in the Capitol Contest!


Honorable Mention

Luis Marriquin – 7th Grade – Ft. Pierce Magnet School of the Arts

“Jungle King”

Gerard Saltus – Teacher

3rd place

Alana Edwards – 7th Grade -Northport K-8

“The Bloom”

Valarie Kirk – Teacher

2nd Place

Brooklyn Warens – 7th Grade – Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition

“Intelligent Design”

Diane Turner – Teacher

1st Place

Kiera Natta –  7th Grade – Palm Pointe Educational Research School @ Tradition

“Autumn’s Last Leaf”

Diane Turner – Teacher


Author: Lydia Martin

Staff - (Changed 4/20/2023 8:56:31 PM)