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Art Show

Yesterday evening my family attended an art show at ASU for the Washington School District. The art that was displayed was from grades K-8th.

My 13 year old grandson was one of the students whose art was selected to be displayed. He was surprised to find out that he would be participating in this event. He wasn't aware that as he turned in his art assignments his teacher was submitting them for the show. It was a nice surprise for each of us. Congratulations Brad!
My Grandson's Art

My Grandson's Art

My Grandson!

Grandson again

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I really enjoyed walking around admiring 2 floors of ar

Every March Washington School District celebrates Youth Art Month with a student art show. I think it's great that our young artist are being recognized for their talent. 

Congratulations to my grandson for his awesome art!

"Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time."
-Thomas Merton


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