Karley Roades, a junior from Hillsboro High School, won second place for her piece, “This Is Me." (Photos submitted by Hillsboro High School)
Karley Roades, a junior from Hillsboro High School, won second place for her piece, “This Is Me." (Photos submitted by Hillsboro High School)
Congressman Brad Wenstrup (OH-02) has announced the winner of the 2019 Congressional Art Competition.

Angela Peng, a junior from Sycamore High School, won first place for her piece, “Friendship.” The piece will be displayed with all winning entries from congressional districts across the country in the U.S. Capitol for one year.



Karley Roades, a junior from Hillsboro High School, won second place for her piece, “This Is Me.” Hope Middleton, a junior from Hillsboro High School, won third place for her piece, “Cherry.”

Peng also won the Viewer’s Choice Award for her piece, “Elegance.”

The runners-up will have their artwork displayed prominently in one of Congressman Wenstrup’s offices.

This year’s competition had 32 talented entries from across the Second District, and a panel of local artists selected the top three winning entries. The Viewer’s Choice Award was determined by online voting.