Hailey Shi of Diamond Bar High School, the winner of U.S. Representative Ed Royce’s (R-Fullerton) 2015 Congressional Art Competition, was recently recognized by Rep. Royce after receiving first place at the Chapman University Annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest Awards Ceremony.
“Hailey’s work shows the deep connection she felt with those who suffered during the Holocaust and is a heartwrenching tribute to the victims from this horrific time in history,” said Rep. Royce, who is Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Shi, a resident of Walnut, currently has her artwork “Flying with Hope” displayed in the United States Capitol after winning last year’s Congressional Art Competition. Rep. Royce is now accepting submissions to this year’s Congressional Art Competition and encourages all local high school artists to enter the contest.
Source:: U.S. Rep. Ed Royce