WL-S student wins 4th District art contest


Olivia Williams, a West Liberty-Salem senior, won the 4th Congressional District art competition with the mixed media piece shown here. WL-S student Courtney Neer placed third with a photo. The 2019 Congressional Art Competition was open to all high school students residing in Ohio’s Fourth Congressional District. Each high school in the Fourth District could select two winners to compete in the district-wide contest. Williams’ artwork will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year along with the district winners from across the United States.

Olivia Williams, a West Liberty-Salem senior, won the 4th Congressional District art competition with the mixed media piece shown here. WL-S student Courtney Neer placed third with a photo. The 2019 Congressional Art Competition was open to all high school students residing in Ohio’s Fourth Congressional District. Each high school in the Fourth District could select two winners to compete in the district-wide contest. Williams’ artwork will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year along with the district winners from across the United States.


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Olivia Williams, a West Liberty-Salem senior, won the 4th Congressional District art competition with the mixed media piece shown here. WL-S student Courtney Neer placed third with a photo. The 2019 Congressional Art Competition was open to all high school students residing in Ohio’s Fourth Congressional District. Each high school in the Fourth District could select two winners to compete in the district-wide contest. Williams’ artwork will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year along with the district winners from across the United States.

Olivia Williams, a West Liberty-Salem senior, won the 4th Congressional District art competition with the mixed media piece shown here. WL-S student Courtney Neer placed third with a photo. The 2019 Congressional Art Competition was open to all high school students residing in Ohio’s Fourth Congressional District. Each high school in the Fourth District could select two winners to compete in the district-wide contest. Williams’ artwork will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year along with the district winners from across the United States.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2019/05/web1_Art.jpgOlivia Williams, a West Liberty-Salem senior, won the 4th Congressional District art competition with the mixed media piece shown here. WL-S student Courtney Neer placed third with a photo. The 2019 Congressional Art Competition was open to all high school students residing in Ohio’s Fourth Congressional District. Each high school in the Fourth District could select two winners to compete in the district-wide contest. Williams’ artwork will be displayed at the U.S. Capitol for one year along with the district winners from across the United States. Submitted photo