Through this Youth Wildlife Art Contest, the Pennsylvania Game Commission hopes to promote wildlife art among young artists, recognize the talents of these young artists and enhance their knowledge of the Pennsylvania Game Commission and our state's endangered and threatened species.
Participating students shall depict one or more Pennsylvania endangered or threatened species in the appropriate habitat. The artwork must be biologically correct in color, proportional size, shape, activity and habitat. Middle School (grades 6-8) and High School (grades 9-12) categories will be judged separately. All artwork must be postmarked by February 2, 2015.
Click to view a PowerPoint of the winning artwork.
|High School Winners|
||A. Hawbaker, Donegal High School|
||R. Pheasant, Central High School|
||C. Bias, Agora Cyber Charter School|
||A. Skovensky, PA Distance Learning Charter School|
|Middle School Winners|
||S. Baransky, Abington Heights Middle School|
||D. Boltz, Hamburg Middle School|
||S. Bluth, The Rabbi David L Silver Academy|
||J. Komisarski, Westlake Middle School|
The following awards will be given in both Middle School and High School categories:
- First Place $500
- Second Place $300
- Third Place $100
- Fourth Place $50
- (4) Honorable Mentions
- The art instructor for first place winners will receive $100 to be used for art supplies for the school.
For more information:
Please contact Robert J. Wesoloskie at 717-787-4250 extension 3623.