Luetkemeyer Announces Winner of the 2020 Congressional Art Competition
Washington, May 27, 2020
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Each year, the Congressional Art Competition provides an opportunity for high school artists from the third district of Missouri to demonstrate their talents. This year, the office of Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer received incredible entries from 11 students.
Today, Congressman Luetkemeyer is pleased to announce the winner of the 2020 Congressional Art Competition is Jameson Enriquez, a sophomore at Fort Zumwalt West High School. Jameson will have his work, entitled “Comfort from a Silly Little Screen,” displayed along with other winners from congressional districts across the country in the United States Capitol.
“Congratulations to Jameson Enriquez from O’Fallon! Jameson is an extremely talented individual and I’m thrilled to have his artwork represent Missouri’s Third District in the United States Capitol for visitors to enjoy,” said Congressman Luetkemeyer.
The first runner up is Elizabeth Hood, a senior at Helias Catholic High School, for her artwork entitled “Dramatic Lighting Self Portrait.” The second runner up is Allison Whittle, a sophomore at Tuscumbia High School, for her artwork entitled “Hospital Isolation.” The third runner up is Ashlyn Guinn, a sophomore at Wright City High School, for her artwork entitled “Portrait of an Obscure Lady.”