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  • Grandmother Cheryl Thiel looks for fourth-grader Belle Johnson's artwork during the Studio 118 open house Thursday at Wauconda Area Library. The show featured more than 600 pieces of art by District 118 students.

       Grandmother Cheryl Thiel looks for fourth-grader Belle Johnson's artwork during the Studio 118 open house Thursday at Wauconda Area Library. The show featured more than 600 pieces of art by District 118 students.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Wauconda mother Debbie Fiegen walks between art made by seventh-grader Gianna Duna, left, and third-grader Lia Taglia during the Studio 118 open house Thursday.

       Wauconda mother Debbie Fiegen walks between art made by seventh-grader Gianna Duna, left, and third-grader Lia Taglia during the Studio 118 open house Thursday.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
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The Wauconda Area Library is showcasing more than 600 pieces of artwork created by students in Wauconda Community Unit School District 118.

The show is titled Studio 118. An opening gala was held Thursday evening for the artists and their families. The Matthews Middle School jazz band performed, art stations were set up and the Junior National Honor Society served refreshments.

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A variety of media was used, including watercolors, pencil, chalk, paint, paper crafts and ceramics. The artwork will be on display at the library through March 14.

Individual schools have award ceremonies planned next week.

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