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REALTOR® Good Works Foundation 2024 Art Contest 

The REALTOR® Good Works Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Williamson County Association of REALTORS® (WCAR), recently held its 2024 Student Art Contest. Williamson County high school students, whether public, private, or home school, were eligible to submit an entry. Eligible categories were (1) Dry & Mixed Media--charcoal, mixed media, pencil, colored pencil, chalk and pastel (2) Wet Media--oil, watercolor, acrylic, oil pastel, tempera, and ink, and (3) Tech Related-- photography and digital art.


A total of 84 entries, representing six high schools, were submitted digitally. Judges reviewed and scored, and the top three finalists from each category were notified. A reception was held at WCAR on May 13 for these finalists, their families, and art teachers. The submitted finalist pieces were displayed, and the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners in each category were announced and check presentations given. The high school art department for each of the finalists will also receive matching donations from the REALTOR® Good Works Foundation.


The winners were:


Dry & Mixed Media

1st Place – Avery Rae Nelson from Independence High School with “Papa”-$500


2nd Place—Callie Rae Earls from Nolensville High School with “Skitty the Cat”-$250


3rd Place—Annabelle Mullenix from Nolensville High School with “Unfading Beauty”--$100


Wet Media

1st Place—Claire Tomlinson from Nolensville High School with “Car Collage”--$500


2nd Place—Alayna Stanley from Independence High School with “New Mexico Reflections”--$250


3rd Place—Albliss Carol Barnes from BGA with “Old Soul”--$100


Tech Related

1st Place—Lucy Ann Doub from Ravenwood High School with “Green Apple”--$500


2nd Place—River Foote from Ravenwood High School with “If You Look Down They Can’t See You Cry”--$250


3rd Place—Ava May Watts from Ravenwood High School with “Ancient Feline”--$100


“I am simply amazed at the talent represented by these submitting artists!” commented Mickie Howell, Art Contest Chair and Trustee, REALTOR® Good Works Foundation. “We love holding this competition and celebrating with our student artists each year,” stated Kyle Shults, President, REALTOR® Good Works Foundation.


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