Dog Show Art Exhibit Displays Talent of Houston-Area Students

The 38th annual Houston World Series of Dog Shows will take place at NRG Center from July 15-19. The 25th Dr. Mari Jon Filla 

Student Art Exhibit will showcase art done by students from all across the Houston area. Students in grades K through 12 express on canvas their unconditional love for their family pets in this artistic competition. Last year, 17 school districts competed in the event and 45 students were presented with awards. Each grade has its own winner and a “Best in Show” prize is bestowed on one outstanding student.

“Emerging” by Hee Won Cho Grade 11 – 2014 Best in Show and Best in Grade Award Winner

An intersection of dog lovers and art lovers, this amazing display of artistic talent of Houston area youth is a spectacle you have to see to believe. “The talent level exhibited in this contest improves every year,” says Barbara Winslow, director of the art contest.

“The exhibit allows us to share this outstanding artwork with all dog lovers who attend the dog show.” The exhibit is open Wednesday, July 15 through Sunday, July 19, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. in hall C.

In addition to amazing art, the Houston World Series of Dog Shows has many of the top-winning show dogs in the country representing virtually every breed recognized by the American Kennel Club. Here’s your chance to see rare breeds and extraordinarily well-trained performing dogs, relay races and conformation judging, plus seminars, displays, shopping and more.
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