While lawmakers were hard at work during the recent legislative session, some student artists from around the State wowed them by displaying some pretty amazing paintings and other original works of art in the halls of the Capitol. It was part of the annual Senate Visual Arts Competition which honors and recognizes talented young artists from schools throughout Utah.
Two Jordan School District students were among the winners in this year’s competition. Congratulations to Riverton High School’s Abigail Cook and Copper Hills High School’s Manuela Castro. Both students were recognized by the Governor for their artwork and received a $500 award during a ceremony in the Senate Chamber.
We are proud of these amazing young artists!