A handful of Leon County students got a taste of what it's like to be a famous artist.
The Museum of Fine Arts on the Florida State campus hosted an array of artwork from students in kindergarten through twelfth grade.
Sunday was the last day the artwork will be displayed. Students entered everything from finger painted records to a hand molded school bus.
Veronica France, a fifth grade artist, had artwork on display and said, "It feels really cool to have it in a museum where everybody can come and see how different schools do their artwork and have their talented kids come see their artwork."
Students brought their families out to show off their artistic side. The exhibit is called "Tallahassee Journeys, High Roads and Low Roads."
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