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story.lead_photo.caption Dr. Sarah and Dylan Yelenich

Patrons of the arts and Pulaski Heights Elementary School gathered at the Museum of Discovery on March 7 for a chance to bid on artwork by local artists at the biennial fundraiser Picassos.

Artwork by professional artists including paintings, prints, photographs, jewelry and student art was displayed throughout the museum for a silent auction. In the lobby, artists Matt McLeod and Milkdadd painted pieces that were part of a live auction that also included works by Mark Payne, Bob Snyder, Tonya McNair, Pat Matthews, Tracee Gentry-Matthews and a large acrylic painting by Pulaski Heights students titled Fourth and Fifth Grade Fiesta.

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Money raised will help buy art supplies for Pulaski Heights Elementary, visits to the Arkansas Art Center Children's Theater and help fund student participation in annual academic competitions.

High Profile on 03/22/2020

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