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Artist Phil Fisher visits Gulfview Middle School

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Lois Brolin, and Phil Fisher look at art during Laura Foht's art class Friday, March 8, 2013 at Gulfview Middle School in Naples, Fla. The students were visited by the local artist, Fisher, to view and critique work from grades 6-8 students. Students created a unique aquatic art piece to add to the already painted seascape by Fisher. The next phase is the selection process using the student pieces to compose a collective ocean scene. The final piece will grace the River Park Pool as a 8x10 mural. The project won't be completed for several weeks.

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Corey Perrine/Staff Lois Brolin, and Phil Fisher look at art during Laura Foht's art class Friday, March 8, 2013 at Gulfview Middle School in Naples, Fla. The students were visited by the local artist, Fisher, to view and critique work from grades 6-8 students. Students created a unique aquatic art piece to add to the already painted seascape by Fisher. The next phase is the selection process using the student pieces to compose a collective ocean scene. The final piece will grace the River Park Pool as a 8x10 mural. The project won't be completed for several weeks.

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Phil Fisher holds up his mural during Laura Foht's art class Friday, March 8, 2013 at Gulfview Middle School in Naples, Fla. The students were visited by the local artist to view and critique work from grades 6-8 students. Students created a unique aquatic art piece to add to the already painted seascape by Fisher. The next phase is the selection process using the student pieces to compose a collective ocean scene. The final piece will grace the River Park Pool as a 8x10 mural. The project won't be completed for several weeks.
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Phil Fisher looks over the work of Naples High School Student Donna Marie Richmond during Laura Foht's art class Friday, March 8, 2013 at Gulfview Middle School in Naples, Fla. The students were visited by local artist, Fisher, to view and critique work from grades 6-8 students. Students created a unique aquatic art piece to add to the already painted seascape by Fisher. The next phase is the selection process using the student pieces to compose a collective ocean scene. The final piece will grace the River Park Pool as a 8x10 mural. The project won't be completed for several weeks.
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Lois Brolin, and Phil Fisher look at art during Laura Foht's art class Friday, March 8, 2013 at Gulfview Middle School in Naples, Fla. The students were visited by the local artist, Fisher, to view and critique work from grades 6-8 students. Students created a unique aquatic art piece to add to the already painted seascape by Fisher. The next phase is the selection process using the student pieces to compose a collective ocean scene. The final piece will grace the River Park Pool as a 8x10 mural. The project won't be completed for several weeks.
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Lois Brolin, from left, Phil Fisher, Shaeley Worrell, Isabella Boet, Olivia Clubley, From left, Laura Foht and Ashley Tureskis look over art during Foht's art class Friday, March 8, 2013 at Gulfview Middle School in Naples, Fla. The students were visited by local artist, Phil Fisher, to view and critique work from grades 6-8 students. Students created a unique aquatic art piece to add to the already painted seascape by Fisher. The next phase is the selection process using the student pieces to compose a collective ocean scene. The final piece will grace the River Park Pool as a 8x10 mural. The project won't be completed for several weeks.
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Phil Fisher, left, talks about a sea turtle piece from Jewel Hovland, 13, during Laura Foht's art class Friday, March 8, 2013 at Gulfview Middle School in Naples, Fla. The students were visited by local artist, Fisher, to view and critique work from grades 6-8 students. Students created a unique aquatic art piece to add to the already painted seascape by Fisher. The next phase is the selection process using the student pieces to compose a collective ocean scene. The final piece will grace the River Park Pool as a 8x10 mural. The project won't be completed for several weeks.

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