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Published: 1/31/2013


Student Art Showcased at Heritage Museum

Teachers from several local schools set up displays of their students' artwork at the Sylvania Heritage Museum Jan. 30, 2013. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE, START SLIDESHOW

Director of the Sylvania Historical Village Joy Armstrong, left, talks with Stranahan Elementary art teacher Tressa DeBeukelaer, right, about the placement of children's artwork at the Sylvania Heritage Museum in downtown Sylvania. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Director of the Sylvania Historical Village Joy Armstrong, left, talks with Stranahan Elementary art teacher Tressa DeBeukelaer, right, about the ...
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Central Trail Elementary art teacher Tina Arndt after fixing a few of the pieces of student artwork hanging in the dinning room. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Central Trail Elementary art teacher Tina Arndt after fixing a few of the pieces of student artwork hanging in the ...
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Director of the Sylvania Historical Village Joy Armstrong, takes a look around at the artwork decorating the walls of the front parlor at the Sylvania Heritage Museum. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Director of the Sylvania Historical Village Joy Armstrong, takes a look around at the artwork decorating the walls of the ...
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Stranahan Elementary art teacher Tressa DeBeukelaer unpacks Canopic jars handcrafted by her fifth grade students for display. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Stranahan Elementary art teacher Tressa DeBeukelaer unpacks Canopic jars handcrafted by her fifth grade students for display.
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Stranahan Elementary art teacher Tressa DeBeukelaer carefully unpacks Canopic jars handcrafted by her fifth grade students. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Stranahan Elementary art teacher Tressa DeBeukelaer carefully unpacks Canopic jars handcrafted by her fifth grade students.
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Sylvania Elementary art teacher Julia Dempster hangs poke-a-dot painted hands made by her students. Dempster's students had been studying a Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama, who paints most of her work with poke-a-dots. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Sylvania Elementary art teacher Julia Dempster hangs poke-a-dot painted hands made by her students. Dempster's students had been ...
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Student sculptures sit on display at the Sylvania Heritage Museum. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Student sculptures sit on display at the Sylvania Heritage Museum.
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Whiteford Elementary art teacher Liz Schooner takes a moment to look at the art hangings. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Whiteford Elementary art teacher Liz Schooner takes a moment to look at the art hangings.
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Artwork done by local students hanging at the Sylvania Heritage Museum in downtown Sylvania. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Artwork done by local students hanging at the Sylvania Heritage Museum in downtown Sylvania.
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