The winners were announced from more than 140 entries on Monday.
Ms Jolly is an executive support officer and a youth coordinator at the Shire of Toodyay and said she taught herself how to create digital art.
‘I haven’t studied art or anything like that, I just find it enjoyable to use the programs to be creative,’ she said.
Ms Jolly said the piece of work she entered” The Girl from Toodyay ” was based on the competition’s theme ‘Of me, By Me’, with her inspiration coming from growing up in a rural community and being an active volunteer in the community.
‘In the image of myself, I have stitched and overlayed three images of Toodyay (the wildflowers, canola crops and a sunset over the hills) to represent how living in Toodyay is something I love,’ she said.
‘Home is where the heart is.’
Ms Jolly initially entered the competition to encourage the children that she mentors to enter and was surprised to be named a finalist and runner-up.
Ms Jolly said the quote she used in her artwork was something she valued in other people and hoped to achieve herself.