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Showing posts from March, 2009

Art Portfolio

Ana is close to complete her art portfolio of this school year, she is doing the IB program for arts at Hillcrest High School and two of her art pieces have been selected to be in display at 37th Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show in the Springville Museum of Art. Ana was also recognized by the Utah State Senator for her achievement.

Some of the photos of her art have been upload to web album, this of course does not replace the beauty of the original but is the best we can offer to share her talent!

Bellow is one of my favorites art pieces she created!


In the United States a prom, short for promenade, is a semi-formal (black tie) dance held at the end of an academic year, in high school senior and junior students (last two years) attending this event.

Boys usually dress in black tie (a dinner jacket and bow tie) and girls traditionally wear formal gowns or dresses. The style of these prom dresses has changed over the decades. Most recently large ball gowns, slinky dresses and short length dresses have proved popular.

Ana enjoyed participating in her school prom dance and activity

Springville Museum of Art

Ana has been selected as one of the artists of her High School to show two of her collographs in the 37th Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show. This is the first year of Ana in USA and we are happy she was selected not with one but two pieces of art she produced this year!

For more information about this Art Show follow the link of the Springville Museum of Art

St. George, Utah

The day was beautiful to see this magnificent temple, the first to be build in the west of the USA in 1871. St. George is a charming city in the southwestern part of Utah, the weather is warmer and the people are friendly. The historic part of town is a place a visitor can not miss.