The artwork of Isabella Servin, a fifth-grader at Academy of the Americas, was recently selected through a nation-wide search conducted by Crayola to be displayed at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, D.C.
The art piece is titled “Mexican Amate Bark.” The Crayola search was conducted to highlight the need for student artwork to be placed on permanent display at the U.S. Department of Education.
Academy of the Americas teacher Kendra Lincourt submitted three student art pieces. Servin’s art work was selected amongst 39 other student submissions from across the nation.
Servin will receive a commemorative plaque and Crayola materials.