Student artwork from Carmel Valley school selected for new Critical Care Building at Scripps Encinitas

Canyon Crest Academy students (from left) Audrey Gascho, Casey Moylan and Rosa Brotherton display their winning art installation outside the construction site of the new Critical Care Building at Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas.

In November 2013, students at the Carmel Valley school installed a total of seven works of art representing various San Diego County landmarks. Voters selected three winning installations, which will be displayed as part of the building’s grand opening celebration in mid-2014. The new Scripps facility will include 27 emergency room beds, more than doubling the size of the hospital’s current ER. Courtesy photo

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