Student work displayed in Museum of Fine Arts

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Over the weekend, two students had their artwork brought to life at the Museum of Fine Arts in Downtown St. Petersburg. The art works were visual metaphors. “A visual metaphor uses images rather than words to make the comparison,” according to the students’ art teacher  Mr. Locascio.

Juliana Franzese, 10th grade, and Cora Blades, 10th grade, both had their work interpreted by a floral artist.  Carol Lucia and Juliana posed together with both artworks.

 

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