Art in Nature

Ayebah Wilson, Reporter

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On Dec. 14, the reveal of Grand Haven High School visual art students’ variety of work will be presented at the Gillette Sand Dune Visitor Center, and open for the public to appreciate and admire student talent. With a variety of artwork from the various classes that the high school provides, all falling into the category that portrays art in nature.

The exhibit will be a celebration of the work and projects that will be available to be seen on Thursday Dec. 14, from 6-8. But the art will continue to be displayed up until Jan. 6, 2018.

Art teacher Irene Sipe, smiled with excitement when discussing the exhibit,

“I will have approximately 80 students, Mrs. Greene probably has 70 and Mr. Tarr has around 5 students with art pieces, so it should be a good show.”

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