2018 Student Art Competition Finalists
2018 Student Art Competition
Every year, Williamson Medical Center holds a contest for all public and private high school artists in Williamson County. Of all artists who submit work, 12 finalists are chosen. 2018 is the 33rd year of the competition.
Through a partnership with the REALTOR® Good Works Foundation of the Williamson County Association of Realtors (WCAR), the 12 finalists receive cash prizes for their personal use. The art departments of the finalists’ schools get a matching cash prize.
The artworks are professionally framed, at no cost to the students, and put on display in Williamson Medical Center for a full year. This year’s finalists are now on display inside Williamson Tower, past the entrance and by the elevators. They will be there through August 2019.
Here are the 2018 Student Art Competition Award Winners:
- 1st Place: Mac Toman, Brentwood High School
- 2nd Place: Ashlyn Anderson, Franklin High School
- 3rd Place: Catalina Roa, Brentwood High School
- The remaining finalists, and schools, received $100 each.
See all finalists’ artwork below. Click on the thumbnail to see a larger image: