The 100 winning entries from the Massachusetts Junior Duck Stamp Program's statewide contest are on display through
"The artwork is really amazing, and we see it year after year," said
MassWildlife received 446 entries from schools and art studios for this year's contest, which closed in March. From there, the 9-by-12-inch drawings and paintings were narrowed down to 100 by a panel of five judges.
Three first-, second- and third-place entries and 16 honorable mentions are selected for each age group: kindergarten through third grade, fourth through sixth grades, seventh through ninth grades and 10th through 12th grades.
A "Best of Show" is then chosen from the 12 first-place winners and entered into the national Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest. This year's
"People have been humbled and awed by the talent of such a young age group," said Twomey, who will be a senior at
"It's eye candy," said
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