Historic Daily Life Art Contest

Presented by the Historic Wicoff House Museum and the West Windsor Arts Council

WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

[Contestants were be grouped by ages 8-11; 12-14; 15-18]

How would people in the early 1900s have lived their daily lives?

Get inspired by historical objects in the museum collection below and create a piece of art!
We encourage you to be creative – think about the people who used the objects, where they might have been placed, and how they were used.  Original paintings, drawings, sculptures, mixed media and digital art are accepted.

Winners are announced below!

Prize: A first place winner from each age group will receive a gift basket (includes things such as gift cards) from the Historic Wicoff House Museum. Three finalists’ art from each age group will be displayed on the WWAC and Wicoff House Museum websites.

Contest Winners

CATEGORY: AGES 8-11

First place winner: Vedant Nikam

1st Place

Village scenery painting by Vedant Nikam

2nd Place

Early 1900 Uptown History by Roshika Gnan

3rd Place

The Milkman by Riddhi Chadha

CATEGORY: AGES 12-14

Winner

Household Chores by Anvi Kachalia

CATEGORY: AGES 15-18

Winner

The Milkman by Kiran Thomman

Historical Objects at the Wicoff House Museum