Kids in the Carolinas show off their art work at WonderWorks Myrtle Beach

Nine kids from across the Carolinas now have their art work on display at Broadway at the Beach.

WonderWorks Myrtle Beach held a youth art contest last year asking children to submit their best work.

The winners range from first graders to seniors in high school.

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The theme was “Time to Think.”

Organizers said it was all about encouraging students throughout our area to express their feelings and thoughts through art.

“We thought it was fitting, because so many students are at home, if not most of them. So, that gave them another outlet to kind of express themselves that wasn’t necessarily school work for them, to have a litte bit more of a creative aspect to kind of pull that in, but still be educational at the same time and be rewarded for it,” said Kaitlin Barnes with WonderWorks Myrtle Beach.

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You can see the winners’ art work on display in the Imagination In Motion: Art-Olina exhibit through December 2021.

Here is a list of the winners.

Dawson, 12th Grade

Socastee High School

Art Title: COVID19 Self Portrait.

Rori, 8th Grade

Loris Middle School

Art Title: The Dream.

Erin, 7th Grade

Bob Jones Academy

Art Title: Free to Dream.

Corbin, 8th Grade

Black Water Middle School

Art Title: Right and Left State of Mind.

Addysyn, 6th Grade,

Bryson Middle School

Art Title: Mind on Me

Anna, 5th Grade,

Waccamaw Elementary School

Art Title: Light through the Dark

Kaylee, 6th Grade

St. James Intermediate School

Art Title: Thinking About Art in Space

Weston, 3rd Grade

Aynor Elementary School

Art Title: In the Wild

Adayln, 1st Grade

Carolina Forest Elementary School

Art Title: Thinking

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