By Kyle Jillson | January 3 2013 12:48

Moving up to the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest's seventh through ninth grade honorable mentions

Eighth grader Kelly Wang of Johns Creek, Georgia won an honorable mention for The Snowy Wolf in the 2012 NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Fairfax, Virginia - Continuing onward with the 2012 George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest honorable mentions we move to our teenagers in middle school and even a little bit of high school. These seventh through ninth graders entered fantastic works of art that our judges wanted to recognize even though they did not place.

Above we have Kelly Wang's snarling wolf titled The Snowy Wolf. An eighth grader from Johns Creek, Georgia, Kelly also took home an honorable mention in Category III last year.

Eighth grader Soledad Green from Fairfax, Virginia won an honorable mention for The Snowy Wolf in the 2012 NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Soledad Green's drawing Turtle Dove at Sunset earned this eighth grader from Fairfax, Virginia an honorable mention.

Ninth grader Reanna Wang of Cumming, Georgia won an honorable mention for The Snowy Wolf in the 2012 NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Ninth grader from Cumming, Georgia Reanna Wang received recognition for her photographic-like drawing Lynx.

Seventh grader Lenora Pousland from Austin, Texas won an honorable mention for The Snowy Wolf in the 2012 NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Lenora Pousland's painting of a wolf looking off in the distance, Watching and Waiting, brought this seventh grader from Austin, Texas an accolade in 2012.

Ninth grader Kaleigh McDonald from Brighton, Michigan won an honorable mention for The Snowy Wolf in the 2012 NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

From Brighton, Michigan, ninth grader Kaleigh McDonald's drawing of a ferocious bear titled Unleashed made our judges take notice.

Ninth grader Jeffrey Wan from Novi, Michigan won an honorable mention for The Snowy Wolf in the 2012 NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Ninth grader Jeffrey Wan's entry is something you'll find far from his hometown of Novi, Michigan. This hungry looking alligator in Alligator Sketch is not something you'd like to come face to face with.

Eighth grader Amy Lim from Dallas, Texas won an honorable mention for The Snowy Wolf in the 2012 NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

Amy Lim's Bear Catching Salmon was the other painting among this group of honorable mentions. This eighth grader from Dallas, Texas showed off her great skill with a paintbrush.

Previously:

Category I winners in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category I winners

Category II winners in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category II winners

Category III winners in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category III winners

Category IV winners in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category IV winners

 

Best In Show winner of the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Best In Show

Category I honorable mentions in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category I honorable mentions

Category II honorable mentions in the George Montgomery/NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest
Category II honorable mentions

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