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Shannon Song was 6 years old when she won her first art show.

West Orange High artist featured in Mennello Museum exhibition

Wednesday, Sep. 5, 2018 |

Shannon Song was 6 years old when she won her first art show.

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Shannon Song has a small art studio set up in her parents’ dining room, where she currently is working on two unfinished pieces: a parrot and Frida Kahlo.

Wednesday, Sep. 5, 2018 |

Shannon Song has a small art studio set up in her parents’ dining room, where she currently is working on two unfinished pieces: a parrot and Frida Kahlo.

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“Fragile Flower” features a teenage girl holding a dandelion in a field of flowers on a rainy day.

Wednesday, Sep. 5, 2018 |

“Fragile Flower” features a teenage girl holding a dandelion in a field of flowers on a rainy day.

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Shannon Song painted “Children of the Wellspring” after learning about the Kayapo Tribe of Brazil, one of the few remaining tribes that live in the rainforest.

Wednesday, Sep. 5, 2018 |

Shannon Song painted “Children of the Wellspring” after learning about the Kayapo Tribe of Brazil, one of the few remaining tribes that live in the rainforest.

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Shannon Song earned a first-place honor in the juried American Youth: “Our Future” art exhibition at the Mennello Museum of American Art, in Orlando. She has two paintings on display there through Oct. 7.

Wednesday, Sep. 5, 2018 |

Shannon Song earned a first-place honor in the juried American Youth: “Our Future” art exhibition at the Mennello Museum of American Art, in Orlando. She has two paintings on display there through Oct. 7.

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