Middle and high school artists impress once again
by Hawkins Teague
Feb 13, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Stop in at the Janice Mason Art Museum before Feb. 28 and you’ll see work from kids who just might make a splash in the art world in the years to come.

Last Friday marked the opening of this year’s exhibits from student artists at Trigg County’s middle and high school. At 6 p.m., students started pouring in and didn’t stop for some time. Artists proudly showed off their work, and parents and other family members beamed with pride.

Andreah De La Hoz was one prolific artist who had many pieces on the museum walls. One was a portrait of a fellow senior, Jake Galloway, drawn in colored pencil.

“He’s my best friend, and he’ll be leaving, so it’s my tribute to him,” De La Hoz said.

De La Hoz said that portraits were her specialty and that she started drawing people when she was eight or nine years old. She said she was very pleased at the turnout for this year’s show and thought it had been a little more publicized.

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