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Poplar Bluff students' art on display at museum

Fantashia Kipper, a senior, poses next to her fiber art during the opening reception. (Source: Poplar Bluff R-1 School District) Fantashia Kipper, a senior, poses next to her fiber art during the opening reception. (Source: Poplar Bluff R-1 School District)
Sophomore Joy Pelton, who won an honorable mention, poses next to her mixed media art. (Source: Poplar Bluff R-1 School District) Sophomore Joy Pelton, who won an honorable mention, poses next to her mixed media art. (Source: Poplar Bluff R-1 School District)
Jose Ventura, a junior, poses next to his Justin Timberlake drawing, which was shaded using song lyrics. (Source: Poplar Bluff R-1 School District) Jose Ventura, a junior, poses next to his Justin Timberlake drawing, which was shaded using song lyrics. (Source: Poplar Bluff R-1 School District)
POPLAR BLUFF, MO (KFVS) -

Three Poplar Bluff High School students placed first in the recent 14th Annual Regional High School Art Exhibit.

Brionna Phillips won in painting, Savannah Dobbs in three-dimensional and Fantashia Kipper in the fiber categories.

Their artwork, along with the runner-ups, will be on display at the Margaret Harwell Art Museum until Sunday, April 27.

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