Seven Houston High School Students are Named as Finalists for Memphis Airport Art Contest

During its 16th annual Arts in the Airport contest, the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority named 46 finalists, seven of which were Houston High School students. Submissions contained iconic/historic images which are symbolic of the city of Memphis, including replicas representative of Memphis’ heritage, i.e. blues/jazz/bluegrass music, famous native Memphians, Beale St., downtown Main St. Trolley cars, etc.


Congratulations to the following young finalists:

Moss Butterfield, Houston High School – Beale Street Beats

Eve Page, Houston High School – Tyre Nichols

Lily Grace Wamble, Houston High School – Trolley Problem

Lucy Smith, Houston High School – Blues Bear

Ravi Wijeratne, Houston High School – A View of the River

Sophie Crider, Houston High School – Nine-Dough-One

Addison Smith, Houston High School – Rock ‘n Rolling on the River


If you’d like to inquire about purchasing any of the student art pieces currently on display at MEM, please contact Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority by filling out the form on the purchase inquiries page.