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Five Acre School students earn top marks for art

Five Acre School announces recent selections of a juried art show held April 16 at the school, 515 Lotzgesell Road, Sequim. Each student in grades K-7 had two pieces of original artwork on display for an independent judge to view. Students projects show experiences with chalk, acrylic, tempera paint, watercolor, pencils, ink and colored paste.

The 10 selected works will be on display at the JFFA Student Art Show at the Vern Burton Center in Port Angeles May 23-26.

Selected works are:

“Owl” by Berlin Echternkamp

“The Cat” by Lucas Pina

“The Whisker Kitty” by Ava Johnson

“Carnival Ride of Color” by David Harris

“Abandoned City” by Ezra Sharpe

“Red Breasted Sapsucker” by Enya Griffin

“The Warm Road” by Zach Baird

“Zigzag” by Davis Kanters

“Chameleon” by Jessa Baird

“Farmland Perspective” by Raven Sharpe

 

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