Noah Pearson Wins NC Aviation Art Contest, To Represent NC at National Competition

Published Friday, May 29, 2015 at 9:41 am
Noah’s winning painting

Noah’s winning painting

Eighth grader Noah Pearson of Valle Crucis School has won first place in the Intermediate (middle school) Division of the North Carolina Aviation Art Contest.

A total of 548 student artists submitted their art in separate divisions of the contest for elementary grade students, middle school students, and high schools. Winners were chosen by a panel of artists and art educators.

Noah Pearson with his award

Noah Pearson with his award

The theme for this year’s competition is “World Air Games,” celebrating the many aspects of aviation that are featured in the largest aerial sports event of the year. The 2015 World Air Games will take place in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

“We’re very proud of Noah for winning this state contest and wish him well in the national competition,” said Valle Crucis Principal Preston Clarke. “He is an excellent student, a fine young man, and a wonderful representative of our school and this school system.”

Noah’s entry will represent NC in the intermediate division of the national Aviation Art Contest.

The annual Aviation Art Contest is sponsored by the Division of Aviation of the NC Department of Transportation. Aviation Division Director Bobby Walston said the competition “is intended to get a younger generation interested in the many aspects of aviation, including the important role it plays in our society.”

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