Fishing For Artists

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Posted February 23, 2011 by Jeff Prince in Blotch

Last month, associate editor Anthony Mariani told Blotch readers about this contest involving Fort Worth Weekly and Rahr & Sons Brewing Co. Artists are encouraged to submit original pieces of unpublished art work to be used for an upcoming  beer label.

Now comes this Texas Parks & Wildlife fish art contest for any student in the 4th to 12 grades.  Submit a drawing of an officially recognized state fish and a one-page essay on its behavior, habitat, or conservation, and you might win a prize come April. First place winners in each grade-level division will be sent to Minnesota to compete with other state winners for national bragging rights. Cash prizes are also involved.

Grade 4-6 winning entry - Callie Clayton Highland Park High School, Dallas Colored pencil, Cutthroat trout © Wildlife Forever

Previous grade 4-6 winning entry – Callie Clayton Highland Park High School, Dallas Colored pencil, Cutthroat trout © Wildlife Forever


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