Owens Announces UT-04 Congressional Art Competition Winner

Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Burgess Owens (UT-04) announced Kings Peak High School senior Mariah Babbitt as the winner of the 2023 Congressional Art Competition for Utah’s Fourth District. 

Mariah’s artwork, titled “Wave,” will be displayed in the United States Capitol alongside the winners from each Congressional district for the year.

“I am thrilled to announce Mariah Babbitt as the winner of this year’s Congressional Art Competition,” said Rep. Owens. “Mariah’s piece showcases extraordinary creativity and artistic talent, and I look forward to seeing her artwork on display in the halls of Congress. Competition was remarkably strong this year, and we are thankful for all the students who participated.”

Learn more about the Congressional Art Competition here.

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