Boston Globe 2013 Boston Globe Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Boston Globe When Julia Paccone, a Manchester Essex Regional High School junior, submitted her fashion work to the 2013 Boston Globe Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, she wasn't...
Sally J. Meding's insight:
High school student's art is often amazing, like this piece with the onions on a shiny surface below by Julia Paccone. Several of the award winners shown here attend the Walnut Hill school for the Performing and visual Arts, Natick, MA which I can view from my front door. I often see students sitting on the grass sketching or singing opera....Congratulations to these young award winners!
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