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HIGH SCHOOL ART CONTEST

 

 

 

If you or someone you know is a high school student with an artistic side, we have an art contest you might be interested in. The contest is open to any high school student (grades 9 - 12) in Georgia.

 

Winning entry in the 2015 GFB Art Contest

 

This was the 2015 GFB Art Contest winning entry,

drawn by Jamie Armstrong of

Armuchee High School in Floyd County.

 

 

 

On of the runners up in the 2015 GFB Art Contest

 

This state runner-up in the 2015 GFB Art Contest

was drawn by MacKenzie Anderson of

Early County High School in Early County.

 

 

 

On of the runners up in the 2015 GFB Art Contest

 

This state runner-up in the 2015 GFB Art Contest

was drawn by Bryce Bennett of

Ware County High School in Ware County.

 

We're looking for artwork that best represents modern agriculture found in the student's home county, or Georgia's agriculture industry as a whole.

 

From all entries received, ten finalists will be named (one from each of Georgia Farm Bureau's ten districts).

 

One of those will be named the overall state winner, and two others will be named state runners up. Cash prizes will be awarded to all ten finalists, and additional prizes for the state winner and runners up.

 

This contest is sponsored by Georgia Farm Bureau and SunTrust Bank, Middle Georgia.

 

 

Check back here in the fall

for details on the

2016 GFB Art Contest.

 

 

The winner and two runners-up in the

2015 Art Contest are pictured to the right.

 

 

 

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