Largest Collection of Frog Art in the World

We’re so proud of all the children around the world who learned about frogs, amphibians and their environment. We’re still gathering the data! The submission total is 973 artworks from 32 countries! 17 states across the USA also participated, including over 150 from my own New Jersey, and as far away as Hawaii!

The explosion of color, medium, materials and technique are just brilliant!
Have a look! The judges now have a really tough job! Winners announced in January 2015!

– Susan Newman, founder

To see all 973 artworks on Flickr instead, visit: >>

Frogs Are Green Kids Art Contest 2014

 

32 Countries entered the 2014 Frogs Are Green Kids Art Contest

Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, England, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Japan, Latvia, Malaysia, Morocco, Philippines, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirate, and USA.

17 States from across the USA entered the 2014 Frogs Are Green Kids Art Contest

Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin.

5 Cities in New Jersey entered the 2014 Frogs Are Green Kids Art Contest

Hoboken, Jersey City, Montclair, Piscataway, and South Brunswick.

16 Schools in Jersey City / Hoboken that entered 2014 Frogs Are Green Kids Art Contest

McNair Academic High School, PS #5, PS #23, MS #4, PS #3, PS #33, PS #28, MS #38, Golden Door Charter School, PS #25, PS #21, MS #7, Liberty High School, PS #31, Hoboken Catholic Academy, and the Hoboken Charter School.

DOWNLOAD YOUR 2014 PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATE!

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