Amanda Zhang, an 8th grade student at the Edison Intermediate School in Westfield, was recently chosen to display her art work at the State House in Trenton. Amanda's acrylic painting of Cozette, the young girl from the Broadway musical Les Miserables, was one of only six art pieces selected to represent Union County in the State Youth Art Month exhibit in Trenton. Amanda is pictured in the photo with her Art Teacher, Alison Hooper, during the Artist Reception.
Westfield Student's Art Selected for State House Display
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