Marshfield Student Wins Congressional Art Award

A Marshfield High School student is about to have his artwork viewed on a national stage.

Marshall Mueller has won the Congressional Art Competition for the 7th District. That means his painting entitled Portrait of a Minority will be displayed at the US Capitol building in Washington D.C.

Congressman Sean Duffy announced the winner today during an online video chat.He says its an amazing opportunity for Marshall.

"Our winner gets a trip to Washington DC where they get to see the official hanging of their picture and that in and of itself is a pretty cool experience. " Congressman Duffy says.

The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place finishers will get their artwork displayed in Congressman Duffy's offices in Washington D.C., Wausau, and Superior.


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