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Arkansas’ 4 congressmen choose art for Capitol display

Posted: June 26, 2014 at 4:46 a.m.

Raiden Mayo, a student at Siloam Springs High School, was honored Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washington. His Curiosity artwork, which features a dragon and a goat, will be viewed by congressmen as well as tourists from around the world.

Though tucked into a corner in the basement of the U.S. Capitol, it's hard to miss the student artwork Arkansas' congressmen picked to be displayed. Look for the one with the dragon and the goat.

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Hayley Ham, a student at Fountain Lake High School in Hot Springs, stands by her artwork Wednesday on Capitol Hill in Washing... (By: SARAH D. WIRE) (Credit: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

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