ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A Georgia Southwestern student won the Albany Museum of Art's first "A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words" writing contest.
52 students from six area colleges wrote an essay inspired by one of several pieces of art at the museum.
Leigh Crumbley won with her piece about the painting titled 'Dangerous Shore.'
"I felt like it was one of those moments when you're standing in the middle of some natural wonder and you just have this awe that you can't even articulate. and I wanted to try to write that in some way and to make other people feel that," said Crumbley.
Seven of the best works were published in a special collection.