Artistic high school students from the Third District were honored last weekend in Sylacauga, as Congressman Mike Rogers announced the winners of the 29th annual Third District Congressional Art Competition.
Tevin Drake, a senior at Opelika High School, took First Place for his graphite creation titled “Eye Phone.” This is Drake’s fourth consecutive year winning the art contest. Drake came in first place this year out of 39 contestants.
Drake’s “Eye Phone” will be displayed for one year in the walkway leading to the U.S. Capitol.
All artwork submitted for the contest was on view at the Comer Museum in Sylacauga.