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Technocolor Parade

Technocolor Parade, originally uploaded by losmedanosart.

LMC's Fourth Annual High School Student Show is hanging in the gallery through March. Winners include:

Pristine Fermin of Heritage High School for best drawing. (above image)

Contessa McNab of Antioch High for best painting

Daniel Salcedo of Freedom for best graphic design

Charles Haiman of Freedom for best photography

Michael Long of Heritage for best cermaics/3/D

Juror's award to Therese Hockel of Heritage for her drawing.

Big fun was had at the opening, there was lots of food and laughter.
Congrats to everyone!

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