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Willmar Senior High artwork on display

The purpose of this art project was to create a series of artwork that show an exploration of an artist or style of art. This student chose the art of Wassily Kandinsky for her series. (Tribune photo by Gary Miller)

Each semester, approximately 400 students at Willmar Senior High School enroll in art class. Two art instructors, Barry Carlson and Laura Welle, work with the students on a variety of art projects. They teach everything from ceramics to self portraits to studying a variety of art techniques.

The works pictured here are currently on display at WEAC, 611 Fifth St. S.W., near downtown Willmar, and are a sampling of the student work that has been completed since September.

The exhibit is open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays and when WEAC is open for weekend or evening events. The exhibit will be open through the month of January.