The Reflection program’s art showcase

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The Reflection program’s art showcase

This artwork was created by junior Jacob Weber called Star Gazing.

This artwork was created by junior Jacob Weber called Star Gazing. "My theme is perspective, this piece relates to that because it's from the perspective of a child," Weber said.

Jacob weber

This artwork was created by junior Jacob Weber called Star Gazing. "My theme is perspective, this piece relates to that because it's from the perspective of a child," Weber said.

Jacob weber

Jacob weber

This artwork was created by junior Jacob Weber called Star Gazing. "My theme is perspective, this piece relates to that because it's from the perspective of a child," Weber said.

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Junior Jacob Weber was the winner of the annual PTA’s Reflection program contest. “I feel honored that I was picked,” Weber said. Weber submited a digital painting called Star Gazing (second row on the far right). 17 specific pieces of art were put up in the Clausen Hall to recognize the students who submitted their artwork into the contest.

This event, brought to us by the National Parent and Teacher Association, lets students show what makes them unique and special through the many types of arts such as music composition, photography, visual arts, dance choreography, film production and literature. It is a great honor and very hard to be selected for the Reflections program.