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7,000 pieces of glass make up students' mosaic

Art teacher Michelle Egelston admires the new mosaic that now adorns the wall outside the Canajoharie Middle School office thanks to students in Egelston's art class.
Art teacher Michelle Egelston admires the new mosaic that now adorns the wall outside the Canajoharie Middle School office thanks to students in Egelston's art class.
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A new permanent piece of art has been installed at the Canajoharie Middle School — a piece that took careful planning, 140 students and a little blood to complete. For the third year in a row, the students in Michelle Egelston’s art class completed a mural project to hang in the school, but this time they worked with glass instead of paint. The roughly 10-foot by 10-foot mosaic uses 7,000 pieces of glass to create ...


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