Tenth Street School Art Fair

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    Tenth Street School fifth-grader Edwin Sanchez blew on a windmill to make it spin and show other students what they could make during the school's annual art fair on Thursday. The event featured students' work inspired by artist Vincent van Gogh and interactive centers for attendees to experience. Sanchez told the students that van Gogh was born in the region of Holland where there are many windmills. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Tenth Street School fifth-grader Paola Tories, left, helped kindergartner Emma Leonard choose a color for the iris she was creating during the school's annual art fair on Thursday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Tenth Street School fifth-grader Paola Tories prepared a clean sheet of paper for students to make an iris flower with during the school's annual art fair on Thursday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Jasper Middle School sixth-grader Cecilla Sanchez, left, created a flower as Tenth Street School fifth-grader Julia Gobert looked on as the station supervisor during the school's annual art fair on Thursday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Tenth Street School fifth-grader Scott Casey King, left, handed a paper flower to classmate Alyssa Harlow during the school's annual art fair on Thursday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    A picture drawn and letter written by Tenth Street School fifth-grader Bethany Kuhs sat on a table with other pictures and letters addressed to artist Vincent van Gogh during the school's annual art fair on Thursday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    Tenth Street School third-grader Samantha Harris, left, showed one of her paintings to her sister, Cora, a Jasper Middle School sixth-grader, during the school's annual art fair on Thursday. Heather Rousseau/The Herald