Students interpret Picasso’s art

Del Mar Heights Elementerary student Ryan Cai shared his thoughts on what was going on in the Pablo Picasso painting behind him in Jacque Folgner’s art class. Folgner brought several large Picasso reproductions to the school from Jan. 12 to 26 through a Teacher’s Discovery Traveling Exhibit. Students enjoyed a week of experiencing the art room-turned-museum and learning about the famous Spanish artist.

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