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Perham students work displayed at Concordia and MSUM

A pair of Perham High School students recently have had their artwork displayed at Concordia and MSUM.

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"Find Your Way Home" by Perham High School student LaVonne Lindberg. (Submitted photo)

Members of the Perham High School had their art on display at a pair of art shows recently. The students had their work on display at the Concordia College Regional High School Show and the Minnesota State University-Moorhead Art-A-Fair Regional High School Show, said a news release from the Perham-Dent Public School.

The Concordia College show just wrapped up and a pair of Perham students were finalists at the show. Neve Palubicki was a finalist with her painting, titled “Blue Hair Beauty.” LaVonne Lindberg was a finalist as well at the show. Her painting, “Find your Way Home” earned her those honors.

The MSU-M Art-A-Fair Regional Show is on display and features pieces from Perham students that range from jewelry to paintings and drawings.

The show can be seen virtually at the MSU-M Facebook page. When on the page, visit the Roland Dille Center for the Arts Gallery at MSUM.

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"Blue Hair Beauty" by Perham High School student Neve Palubicki (Submitted photo)

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