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18th annual Art and our Natural Environment Art Scholarship

Camden Hills High School Senior Wins 18th Statewide Art Scholarship


A close-up view of a beautiful Maine salmon, done in color pencil by Elena Laustsen earned the $1,000 prize this year. Elena will be attending Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia this fall. Elena is a life-long Mainer, who enjoys sailing and figure skating.

Liberty Graphics offers a scholarship annually to encourage Maine students to continue in their artistic endeavors. The contest is open to all high school seniors who are residents of Maine.  The scholarship is worth $1,000.

seagullsJessica Chen won last year's $1,000 prize. 


The winner of our 14th annual Art Scholarship was Marlee Huston of Bangor High School.

Her winning piece titled Looking for the Sun, is a linoleum print depicting a hiker atop a mountain enjoying a blazing orange sky. 

Help Liberty Graphics Address Light Pollution


Liberty Graphics is concerned about light pollution. $1 from the sale of each of our "Enlightened Planet" shirts goes to The International Dark-Sky Association.

"Once a source of wonder--and one half of the entire planet’s natural  environment—the star-filled nights of just a few years ago are vanishing in a yellow haze. Human-produced light pollution not only mars our view of the stars; poor lighting threatens astronomy, disrupts ecosystems, affects human circadian rhythms, and wastes energy to the tune of $2.2 billion per year in the U.S. alone." -from the International Dark-Sky Assoc. website

Liberty Graphics Welcomes a New Artist


Liberty Graphics is proud to be collaborating with ornithologist, author, and illustrator David Allen Sibley.
The Sibley Field Guides are the best selling, most widely recognized books of their type today.

Click here to see our complete Sibley t-shirt collection.