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2021 Congressional Art Competition Winning Selections

Representative Conor Lamb (PA-17) announced that Pine-Richland High School student, Ayla Chandola, is the winner of the 2021 Congressional Art Competition for Pennsylvania’s 17th District for her computer generated and mixed media artwork “Nature’s Power.”  Chandola will enter her senior year at Pine-Richland in the fall of 2021.

A panel of judges, including local artists and educators, selected Chandola’s “Nature’s Power,” which will be hung in the U.S. Capitol along with the winning entries from other congressional districts nationwide.  Additionally, the panel selected the following second, third and fourth place-winning entries that will be displayed for one year in Lamb’s Mt. Lebanon, Penn Hills and Beaver County district offices respectively:

  • 2nd Place: Ashley Glabicki (Sewickley Academy) “Say Their Names”
  • 3rd Place: Brian Walsh (Seneca Valley Senior High School) “4 Elements”
  • 4th Place: Logan Fitch (Saint Joseph High School) “Chromatic Bloom”

PA-17 Grand Prize Winner

"Nature's Power" 

Artist: Ayla Chandola

School: Pine-Richland High School

Computer generated art, drawing and photography

PA-17 Second Place Winner

"Say Their Names"

Artist: Ashley Glabicki

School: Sewickley Academy

Oil and acrylic paint on canvas

PA-17 Third Place Winner

"4 Elements"

Artist: Brian Whitney

School: Seneca Valley Senior High School

Watercolor and alcohol marker on canvas

PA-17 Fourth Place Winner

"Chromatic Blooms"

Artist: Logan Fitch

School: Saint Joseph High School

Acrylic paint

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