Pint−sized Rembrandts and Michealangelos commanded the spotlight and shared their wondrous works with an admiring audience during an arts festival at Public School 198.
The vibrant showcase of student talent transformed the gymnasium of the school, 4105 Farragut Road, into a mini viewing gallery, graced by a cornucopia of visual delights; among them, still lifes, portraits and imaginative works in oil, pastels, watercolors, acrylic and modeling clay.
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