Cong. Brown Gives Art Students National Attention

Shown above are Karryl Eugene, Jose Chavez, Tamara Baffour, 1st prize painting by Ryan Widgeon (not pictured), Congresswoman Corrine Brown and Samantha Jaffee. L. Jones photo
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Shown above are Karryl Eugene, Jose Chavez, Tamara Baffour, 1st prize painting by Ryan Widgeon (not pictured), Congresswoman Corrine Brown and Samantha Jaffee. L. Jones photo
Shown above are Karryl Eugene, Jose Chavez, Tamara Baffour, 1st prize painting by Ryan Widgeon (not pictured), Congresswoman Corrine Brown and Samantha Jaffee. L. Jones photo

Congressman Corrine Brown held her Fifth Congressional District Art competition at Florida State College  this week. Each spring, the Congressional Institute sponsors a nationwide high school visual art competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent across the nation. This year’s theme was “An Artistic Discovery”.  First prize winner was Ryan Widgeon for his piece entitled “Configuration” which wins  him for a free trip to Washington, D.C. to see his picture hanging in the Capitol Rotunda for the next year.

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