Letter: Art show was a window into student’s minds

Editor,

Goosefoot is to be commended for the effort they put into presenting the current young folks — high school students from Oak Harbor, Coupeville, South Whidbey — art show at The Cash Store in Bayview.

It provides an astoundingly vital, uncompromising and alarming, yet hopeful revelation despite the numbing effect of our times. Bravo.

And each young artist should know how much their work and the meaning behind it means to me at the age of 84, and what it means for them to share their awareness with visitors of any age who drop by the gallery.

I hope all concerned with what kids are thinking and doing in these troubled times will visit this unique display of talent.

Richard Evans

Clinton

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