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From photographs to sculptures to jewelry, handmade pieces of student artwork filled the Hilton Garden Inn in Highlands Ranch for the annual Douglas County Art Show March 31 through April 3.
Students from every school in the district were invited to submit work to be showcased.
Their work lined the walls and filled the tables of the hotel. Works included charcoal drawings by high school students and crayon and water color portraits by elementary school students.
“It’s great stuff and we have artists from kindergartners to seniors,” said DCSD Director of Activities Derek Chaney, who helped lead and organize the event. “There are some talented artists in our district.”
The art show was held at the Hilton for the first time this year, moving from the Lone Tree Arts Center.
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