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The first eagle to be completed in the Eagle Nation in Education program, Statesboro Nation represents the essence of the local community. With the stars and stripes of the American flag and representations of the beloved local courthouse and Averitt Center, this eagle’s wing says it all: “We are Statesboro!”
Meet the Artist
Kelsey Fallin was a seventh-grader at William James Middle School when she won the Eagle Nation in Education challenge in 2012-13. A dancer with the Gail Hursey School of Dance, Kelsey excels in both performance and fine art. Kelsey and her parents Debra and Matt Fallin reside in Statesboro.
This eagle was completed with assistance from Master of Fine Arts Candidate Janet Suarez.
Eagle Nation on Parade is dedicated to providing opportunities to all artists of Georgia; some are preeminent artists, others aspiring or student artists. Eagle Nation on Parade issues an “Open Call for Artists” to the state’s arts community and artists submit design proposals for selection by an Eagle Nation on Parade blind jury.