First Lady announces new student artwork to be featured at Governor's Mansion

First Lady announces new student artwork to be featured at Governor's Mansion
Photo provided by Office of the First Lady

POSTED: Thursday, November 14, 2013 - 7:00am

UPDATED: Thursday, November 14, 2013 - 7:04am

As a part of the Jindal family’s initiative to feature young artists, Louisiana’s First Lady Supriya Jindal announced today the artwork that was selected for display in the Louisiana’s Governor’s Mansion for the month of November.

First Lady Supriya Jindal said, “This month’s artwork will truly captivate all. From the magnolia to the pelican, Louisiana's students have creatively used our unique landscape and culture as their inspiration."

FEATURED ARTISTS FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER:

Isaiah Phillips—5th Grade
Lincoln Elementary, Monroe

Traylon Phillips—4th Grade
Lincoln Elementary, Monroe

Hannah Siebeneicher—9th Grade
Pineville High School, Pineville

Francis Brown—11th Grade
Pineville High School, Pineville

Valerie Ruiz—9th Grade
Patrick F. Taylor Academy, Jefferson

Crystal Suggs—12th Grade
Patrick F. Taylor Academy, Jefferson

Alex Reyes—3rd Grade
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Kenner

Megan Faber—6th Grade
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Kenner

Jacobi Turner—3rd Grade
Peabody Montessori, Alexandria

Breanna Langston—5th Grade
Peabody Montessori, Alexandria

Kentrea George—10th Grade
Redemptorist High School, Baton Rouge

Patricia Do—11th Grade
Redemptorist High School, Baton Rouge

Elizabeth Usher—3rd Grade
St. Aloysius School, Baton Rouge

Sarah Ruiz—8th Grade
St. Aloysius School, Baton Rouge

Hannah Morter—6th Grade
John Q. Adams Middle School, Metairie

Alexa Holmes—5th Grade
J.S. Aucoin Elementary, Amelia

Johnisha Price
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge

This month, the First Lady asked principals from schools across Louisiana to submit works for display in the Louisiana Governor’s Mansion. In 2008, the Jindal family dedicated this wall of the mansion to children’s artwork. Every month a new group of art is displayed to pay tribute to Louisiana’s young artists.
  

Comments News Comments

Post new Comment