Museum hosts solo art show
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Grand County High School senior Justin Cresswell
Grand County High School senior Justin Cresswell
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The Museum of Moab’s solo art show by Grand County High School senior Justin Cresswell will be on display through Friday, Jan. 31. Cresswell will be representing Grand County High School in the Fine Arts category at the Sterling Scholar competition in March, according to a news release from the museum. Christa Jensen, Grand County High School’s art teacher, said Cresswell was selected as the Fine Arts representative because of his unique approach. “Watching him,” Jensen said, “you see he really thinks and works through things before settling on a final piece.” The solo show consists of more than 20 pieces of art that Cresswell has completed during the last two years. The museum, located at 118 E. Center St., is open Monday through Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.

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