This year, the Lakewood Center for the Arts Youth Outreach Program provided printmaking supplies to Kraxberger Middle School's two-dimensional art class.
As a result, each Gladstone student designed and created a complex multicolor reduction print that will be framed and on display during the Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts from June 25-26.
"All of Kraxberger's 2D Art students have been invited to an artists' reception during the art fair, and their artwork is eligible to be awarded prizes as well," said art teacher Audrey Delgado. "We hope many Gladstone folks will visit the Lakewood Center for the Arts during the festival to view our artwork."
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