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Little Egypt Arts Association hosts high school artists

  • Here, LEAA volunteer Emily Key of Marion levels a photograph in the show taken by Marion High School student Jordan Bloodworth titled, 'A Seat At Water's Edge.'

    Here, LEAA volunteer Emily Key of Marion levels a photograph in the show taken by Marion High School student Jordan Bloodworth titled, 'A Seat At Water's Edge.'
    Ceasar Maragni photo

  • These two sculptures are among the more unique pieces in the show. The one on the left is a paper mache and acrylic creation by Ayden Charles of Galatia High School. The one on the right is a mixed media piece by Fallyn Bradley of Benton High School.

    These two sculptures are among the more unique pieces in the show. The one on the left is a paper mache and acrylic creation by Ayden Charles of Galatia High School. The one on the right is a mixed media piece by Fallyn Bradley of Benton High School.
    Ceasar Maragni photo

  • This striking black and white photograph by Marion High School student Larissa Johnson titled, 'Lady Alone,' earned the young photographer a second-place ribbon in the show.

    This striking black and white photograph by Marion High School student Larissa Johnson titled, 'Lady Alone,' earned the young photographer a second-place ribbon in the show.
    Ceasar Maragni photo

 
updated: 2/2/2018 6:25 PM

The Little Egypt Arts Association's annual High School Art Show is on exhibit at the group's downtown Marion headquarters from now through Feb. 11.

The event features work in various mediums by students at area high schools.

Here, LEAA volunteer Emily Key of Marion levels a photograph in the show taken by Marion High School student Jordan Bloodworth titled, 'A Seat At Water's Edge.'

 
 
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