Preston Borne and Beau Bender, both Kindergarten students at St. Edward School in New Iberia, will have their artwork displayed this month at the Louisiana's Governor's Mansion for the month of November.

Each month, artwork from students all across Louisiana is featured in the Governor's Mansion, an honor that First Lady Supriya Jindal has been giving to these students since 2008.

“This month’s art display highlights the artistic talent of Louisiana’s students," says Mrs. Jindal. "Many of these magnificent pieces were inspired by Louisiana’s culture. Combining our State’s culture with the artist’s unique style, the artwork creates a stunning cultural presentation for all who visit. We are truly impressed by the pieces featured at the Governor’s Mansion for the month of November.”

Preston and Beau are two of 14 students whose artwork will be displayed this month.
Below is the complete list of students being honored:

Preston Borne—Kindergarten
St. Edward School, New Iberia

Beau Bender—Kindergarten
St. Edward School, New Iberia

Alexa Taylor—12th Grade
Mount Carmel Academy, Metairie

Nylah Pitree—Kindergarten
T. S. Cooley Elementary Magnet School, Lake Charles

Robby Fuslier—2nd Grade
T. S. Cooley Elementary Magnet School, Lake Charles

Byron Cotton—3rd Grade
Gardere Community Christian School, Baton Rouge

Bethany Wells—4th Grade
Gardere Community Christian School, Baton Rouge

Treasure Wells—5th Grade
Gardere Community Christian School, Baton Rouge

Collin Spears—6th Grade
Gardere Community Christian School, Baton Rouge

Angelle Salmon—5th Grade
St. Rose Elementary School, St. Rose

Grant Sanders—5th Grade
St. Rose Elementary School, St. Rose

Ala’sha Walker—4th Grade
Magnolia School of Excellence, Shreveport

Ryan Macias—3rd Grade
Magnolia School of Excellence, Shreveport

Megan Guidry, Darian Granier, Shelby Martin, Kaylee Cole, and Mercedes Wiles
Central Lafource High School, Raceland