A Colorado teen painted a portrait of Kendrick Lamar for the Congressional Art Competition, and her brush strokes just went viral.
Congratulations to the 1st and 2nd place winners of the 2017 3rd District Congressional Art Competition! The 1st place honor went to Tiona Cordova, a senior at Centennial High School in Pueblo. The 2nd place honor went to Kenda Yund, a sophomore at Creede High School. The panel of judges had a tough task of selecting a winner. All of the works submitted were impressive!
Tiona Cordova, a student at Centennial High School in Pueblo, Colorado, won first place for her portrait of Kung Fu Kenny, which is titled “Utmost Appreciation,” Pitchfork reports. Her work of art will be displayed in the United States Capitol Building in Washington D.C. for the next year.