Over seven hundred students from Polk, Osceola, and Hillsborough counties have their artwork exhibited at the Polk Museum of Art until April 12th as part of the yearly Creative Youth: Twelfth Congressional District Competition event. The exhibit judges recognized one hundred student entries, and fourteen youths received awards.
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The winning piece, a mixed-media entry by high school senior Tianna Harvey, will be displayed at the U.S Capitol in Washington, D.C. for one year along with other winners from across the nation. Burnetti Children’s Foundation is one of the sponsors of the art show, and during the recent awards ceremony, presented the second place award to Michaela Vaughan for her watercolor piece, “Fall.”