Solana Beach students’ artwork featured at San Diego Art Institute

(Above) Skyline students receiving certificate (Teacher Ms. Morton second from left). (Right) The Reeves family, including artist/student Carter Reeves (second from right).

Several pieces of artwork by Skyline Elementary School students were recently displayed at an event held at the San Diego Art Institute at Balboa Park. Recognition was given to several of the pieces. Art teacher Ms. Morton, who also works part time at the San Diego Art Institute, helped highlight the students’ work. Their art is on display at the  Cricket Amphitheater.

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