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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Art by Poe Middle School students featured at Bradlick Shopping Center

Art by Poe students Gabriela Fernandez and Danae Booker.
Artworks by six Poe Middle School students were unveiled at Bradlick Shopping Center in Annandale Sept. 9 and will remain on display in the breezeway next to Gold’s Gym for two years.




Poe student Elisha Han, Del. Kaye Kory, and Del. Vivian Watts at the unveiling at Bradlick Shopping Center.
Art created by students Alicia Mounkhaty, Lesley Cordova, Elisha Han, Marisa Perkins, Danae Booker, and Gabriela Fernandez were selected for the project by Combined Properties, the owner of Bradlick Plaza.

Poe students and their families at the unveiling. 
Poe art teacher Diana Fitzwater challenged her students to depict things that had an impact on their lives and that were important to them, says Lynn Dreyer, marketing director at Combined Properties. Some students chose birthday cakes, film, or music, while others depicted love and unity. The six 8.5 x 11-inch pieces that were selected were enlarged to 4 x 6 feet  and formatted for permanent display.

Following the unveiling ceremony, participants were invited to Baja Bistro Fresh Mex Grille for a reception.

Art by Marisa Perkins and Lesley Cordova.

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