Sherwood resident Audrey Delgado, who teaches at Kraxberger Middle School, will have piece displayed through Dec. 6

Kraxberger Middle School art teacher Audrey Delgado's biographical paper cutting "For Roberta" was selected for inclusion in the juried 2019 National Art Education Association's Member Exhibition Virtual Gallery.

COURTESY PHOTO - Kraxberger Middle School teacher Audrey Delgado's mixed media piece is called 'For Roberta.'Delgado, a resident of Sherwood, said the twinkles of light in her piece represent the love that surrounds her friend Roberta.

"This piece illustrates the life and loves of my dear friend, who recently lost her beloved husband, an avid fisherman," she said. "Roberta stands as the graceful, strong heron, delighting in the twinkles of light that surround her. In spite of the tumultuous clouds, she chooses to dance."

Delgado's piece will be displayed through Dec. 6 at

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