Fine Arts Day at Del Mar Pines

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Del Mar Pines School recently held its Fourth Annual Fine Arts Day.  This year, nearly 20 artists visited the school to provide hands-on instruction to students ranging from kindergarten to 6th grade.  Classes included oil painting, embroidery, figurine painting, Warhol art, wreath making, cake decorating and more.  The event culminated with an on-campus gallery displaying the student’s masterpieces and a performance by local jazz teacher Peter August and friends.

Established in 1978, Del Mar Pines is a private elementary school with 150 students.  The school’s mission is to provide a nurturing, joyful, family-centered academic environment that inspires excellence and integrity among students, staff and parents.  For more information, please go to www.delmarpines.com.

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