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Updated: 04/12/2014 08:00:01AM

In the Eye of the Beholder

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PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Danielle Gonzalez, 12, of Bartow, shows off her water color floral that resembles stained glass at Thursday's opening reception for the Union Academy Art Program's “In the Eye of the Beholder” exhibit.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Union Academy eighth grader Mouna Douzan's enigmatic face is a pastel drawing displayed in the art show “In the Eye of the Beholder” presented by the school's art department at the Bartow Public Library.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Union Academy art teacher Beverly Williams adjusts graffiti-inspired art pieces her students did that are on display at the Bartow Public Library.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

“A Pattern of Myself” by eighth grader Kaitlyn Bearden shows how creative Union Academy art students can be.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Union Academy Peter Johnson with his wife Kara and daughter Abby enjoy the artwork from students at he school where Johnson teaches. “It's great to see this side of some of my students,” he said as he admired the paintings.

PHOTO BY AL PALMER

Union Academy art students' work fills the upstairs gallery at the Bartow Public Library and will be on display until the “In the Eye of the Beholder” show closes in May.

By CATHY PALMER

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Dozens of Union Academy Middle School art students had their work go on display Thursday at the Bartow Public Library where it will remain on view until May.

Eighty pieces of art, from graffiti-style renderings and watercolors to Holocaust depictions in varying media was carefully curated by art teacher Beverly Williams who said virtually every one of her students had their work displayed at the “In the Eye of the Beholder” exhibit in the library’s second-floor gallery.

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