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Carmel High School students create ‘minumental’ art

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Carmel High School student Connor Dunn’s ‘minumental’ artwork. (Photo by Steven Aldrich)

Carmel High School student Connor Dunn’s ‘minumental’ artwork. (Photo by Steven Aldrich)

By Steven Aldrich

Earlier this month, Carmel High School art students were assigned a project where they were asked to create works of art that were smaller than one squared inch. They basically had free reign over their creations, but they had to meet the tiny criteria.

The top 40 works were selected to be displayed at the Museum of Miniature Houses, at 111 E. Main St. in downtown Carmel. The pieces that were selected will be on display at the museum for the entire month.

The museum is open to community members to stop by the gallery and check out these very unique creations, made by some of Carmel’s young artists. These works of art, each very unique in its own way, express the creative imagination of the artists behind them.


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