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Jaime Herrera Beutler Announces 2022 Congressional Art Competition Winner: Hannah Kim from Vancouver’s Medallion Art School

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler today announced the winner and finalists of Southwest Washington’s Congressional Art Competition, voted on by a panel of judges from across the region. The competition’s first prize winner is Hannah Kim, from Vancouver’s Medallion Art School, with artwork entitled 555 Days. Kim’s art piece will be displayed in the U.S. Capitol Building for one year.

The contest’s 2nd and 3rd prize winners both hail from Kelso High School. In 2nd place is Kylana Hegnes with artwork entitled Misfortune and 3rd place is Remy Taylor Frey with artwork entitled Take Me Back to Wonderland.

“The artistic talent from Southwest Washington students who submitted an original art piece in this year’s Congressional Art Competition is truly impressive,” Jaime said. “I want to specifically honor Hannah Kim from Vancouver’s Medallion Art School for placing first in this year’s competition, as well as Kelso High School students Kylana Hegnes and Remy Taylor Frey for placing second and third. I can’t wait to hang Hannah’s beautiful piece in the U.S. Capitol!”

Southwest Washington Congressional Art Competition Winners:

1st Place: 555 Days by Hannah Kim of Vancouver’s Medallion Art School.

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2nd Place: Misfortune by Kylana Hegnes of Kelso High School

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3rd Place: Take Me Back to Wonderland by Remy Taylor Frey of Kelso High School

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