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Published: 3/4/2012


Point Place Artist's Snowflakes

Point Place artist Mary Gaynier, who creates intricate paper snowflakes, took time to teach a class of Ottawa Hills High School students how to create their own snowflakes.

'Dogs Playing Cards,' by Mary Gaynier. Enlarge 'Dogs Playing Cards,' by Mary Gaynier.
Artist Mary Gaynier shows the pattern for a snowflake to students at Ottawa Hills High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Artist Mary Gaynier shows the pattern for a snowflake to students at Ottawa Hills High School.
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'Who Says Nothing Ever Happens In Toledo?' by Mary Gaynier Enlarge 'Who Says Nothing Ever Happens In Toledo?' by Mary Gaynier
Kyleigh Baird, 13, watches as artist Mary Gaynier cuts images from her paper snowflake. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kyleigh Baird, 13, watches as artist Mary Gaynier cuts images from her paper snowflake.
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Kyle Harrison, 13, cuts out a paper snowflake, as directed by artist Mary Gaynier, at Ottawa Hills High School. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kyle Harrison, 13, cuts out a paper snowflake, as directed by artist Mary Gaynier, at Ottawa Hills High School.
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'Serving Man' Mary Gaynier Enlarge 'Serving Man' Mary Gaynier
Artist Mary Gaynier teaches Xsaria Clark, 16, a student at Ottawa Hills High School, how to make paper snowflakes. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Artist Mary Gaynier teaches Xsaria Clark, 16, a student at Ottawa Hills High School, how to make paper snowflakes.
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Nate Morris, 13, right, helps artist Mary Gaynier open a snowflake that she had cutout. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Nate Morris, 13, right, helps artist Mary Gaynier open a snowflake that she had cutout.
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'There Goes the Neighborhood-Roswell Farms Series,' by Mary Gaynier Enlarge 'There Goes the Neighborhood-Roswell Farms Series,' by Mary Gaynier
George Estes, 13, holds snowflakes he cut out. Enlarge | Buy This Photo George Estes, 13, holds snowflakes he cut out.
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Artist Mary Gaynier shows students the final version of her snowflake. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Artist Mary Gaynier shows students the final version of her snowflake.
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