TOMPKINSVILLE, KY. – Congressman James Comer is proud to announce Kaylee Hoskins of Monroe County as the winner of the 1st District’s 2020 Congressional Art Competition. Hoskins, a student at Monroe County High School, won first place for her portrait titled ‘Coal Miner.’ Her artwork will hang in the U.S. Capitol, and she will receive two roundtrip tickets to Washington for the national reception at a later date.

‘Coal Miner’ by Kaylee Hoskins

Macy Gentry, a student at Christian County High School, won second place in the competition with her still life painting titled ‘Life’. Her artwork will hang in Congressman Comer’s office in Washington, D.C.

‘Life’ by Macy Gentry

“Congratulations to all of the students who participated in the 2020 Congressional Art Competition, and to Kaylee and Macy for their outstanding artwork. I’m proud to have the work of these two students from the 1st District displayed both in the Capitol and in my office for visitors in Washington to see,” Congressman Comer said.