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The University of Toledo Department of Art is hosting the “Focus 2014” exhibition, which features the best high school artwork from northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan.

The free, public show runs through Sunday, Dec. 7, in the UT Center for the Visual Arts Gallery on the Toledo Museum of Art Campus.

Nearly 1,100 works created by high school students from more than 20 different schools were juried at Sylvania Southview High School by a panel of artists and instructors. Some 200 pieces were selected for the “Focus 2014,” which is entering its 36th year.

High schools featured in the exhibt are Anthony Wayne, Bedford, Bowling Green, Bowsher, Bryan, Eastwood, Fremont Ross, Maumee, Monroe, Napoleon, Notre Dame Academy, Ottawa Hills, Pike-Delta-York, Rogers, Springfield, Sylvania Northview, Sylvania Southview, Toledo School for the Arts, Whitmer and Woodmore.

Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

“Drinkin’ Away: The Road to Recovery” by Tasha Quaintance, Bowling Green High School

“Drinkin’ Away: The Road to Recovery” by Tasha Quaintance, Bowling Green High School

“Van Gogh’s Laundry,” lint, by Haily Altman, Napoleon High School

“Van Gogh’s Laundry,” lint, by Haily Altman, Napoleon High School

“Resting” by Jessica Scheuerman, Bedford High School

“Resting” by Jessica Scheuerman, Bedford High School

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