Student Art Exhibit--Following the Flow

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As part of the 2014 Little Plover River Appreciation Day events, in conjunction with Riverfront Art Gallery, the Friends of the Little Plover River sponsored a display of art inspired by the theme of water created by 4th grade students from Roosevelt and Plover/Whiting Elementary Schools.

  • Kathleen Taft: helping set up Kathleen Taft: helping set up
  • Faye Miller: helping with set up (special note-Faye has been with the LPR Appreciation Day for 8 years and assisted in organizing this Art Event) Faye Miller: helping with set up (special note-Faye has been with the LPR Appreciation Day for 8 years and assisted in organizing this Art Event)
  • Wall 1 of 3 of student art Wall 1 of 3 of student art
  • Wall 2 of 3 of student art Wall 2 of 3 of student art
  • Barb Gifford: organizer/set up Barb Gifford: organizer/set up
  • Sample of 4th grade student art Sample of 4th grade student art
  • Sample of 4th grade student art Sample of 4th grade student art
  • Sample of 4th grade student art Sample of 4th grade student art
  • Sample of 4th grade student art Sample of 4th grade student art
  • Sample of 4th grade student art Sample of 4th grade student art
  • Sample of 4th grade student art Sample of 4th grade student art
  • At Riverfront Art Gallery, opening exhibit of "Following the Flow-Wisconsin Waters." Barb Gifford President FLPR and Ann Singsaas, artist of watercolor and oil, and, also, a field biologist. At Riverfront Art Gallery, opening exhibit of "Following the Flow-Wisconsin Waters." Barb Gifford President FLPR and Ann Singsaas, artist of watercolor and oil, and, also, a field biologist.
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