Art appreciation

Messenger photos by Ris Twigg
Deena Bun examines her second-grade daughter’s artwork on kindness, featured as one of the 469 entries at the PTA “Reflections” art show at Harmon Elementary School on Jan. 9. “It’s about being kind. It’s showing people what is kind, and if nobody knows what kind is, they can look at my artwork and see,” Mylee Bun said. “My favorite part is sharing things and loving others.”
Tresa Davis, principal of Norton Middle School, has attended the annual PTA art show for 10 years. “Several of my kids had entries and so I’m voting for my kids. They did an outstanding job,” she said. Almost 470 pieces of art — ranging from music, video, photography, drawings and literature — were submitted by students from pre-school all the way through high school at the PTA “Reflections” art show held on Jan. 9 at Harmon Elementary School.
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