Lawrence North student’s artwork is second runner-up in congressional competition


Lawrence North High School student Anthony Reyes was second runner-up in the Congressional Art Competition for his piece, “Comfort Crowd.” (Photo courtesy of U.S. Rep. Victoria Spartz’ office)

U.S. Rep. Victoria Spartz recently announced the winner of the 2022 Congressional Art Competition. Jonathan Pyle, a junior at Madison-Grant Jr/Sr High School in Fairmount, won with a piece titled “Indiana Glass Bottles on a Counter.”

Each spring, a nationwide high school arts competition is sponsored by the U.S. House of Representatives. The Congressional Art Competition is an opportunity to recognize and encourage the artistic talent in each Congressional District across the nation.

Emma Cremeans, an Avon High School student, won first runner-up with “Sunday”. Anthony Reyes, a Lawrence North High School student, won second runner-up for “Comfort Crowd.”

“Indiana Glass Bottles on a Counter” will be displayed in the Washington, D.C., Capitol building for a year. “Sunday” will be displayed in Spartz’ Carmel office. “Comfort Crowd” will be displayed in Spartz’ Anderson office.

“The talent we have in Indiana’s 5th district is impressive, this year’s submissions were excellent,” Spartz stated. “We are thrilled to showcase Jonathan’s artwork in Washington, D.C., for all Hoosiers and visitors to enjoy.”

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