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Art to Remember 2020

Art to Remember - An Art Department Fundraiser

   Snow Globe  - Octopus   Art Globe Harper


Inspired by the charm of collecting snow globes in order to remember places we’ve visited and things we love, you can collect your child’s snow globe artwork as they progress through grade school. Note the changes in their interests and artistry with each passing year. We partner with a Company called Art-To-Remember for this project. Later in the month, look for a packet coming home allowing for gift orders featuring your child’s snow globe artwork. Coffee mugs, water bottles, magnets (and yes, this year…masks) all displaying and preserving your child’s creativity.  Please feel no pressure to order a thing. Your student’s original artwork will return to you either way. Frame it for free…best gift of all. 

The gift program option was very popular last year, with proceeds going directly to your child’s Dune Lakes Visual Art department. Heads up to any gift-wrapping perfectionist out there: the coffee mug comes with a sturdy square box allowing for tightly-wrapped corners and perfect presentation. #AestheticsMatter

Contact Mrs. Whaley with questions:

Mrs. Kathleen Whaley, Visual Arts Educator


Mrs. Whaley originally hails from Saginaw, Michigan and is glad to be down in sunny Florida!

Her Bachelors degree in Fine Arts was earned at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX and she is currently working towards her Masters of Liberal Art degree with an Art History concentration through Forth Hays State University.

Mrs. Whaley is passionate about encouraging creative thinking and artistic problem solving in young children; essential life skills no matter where life’s path takes each child. She and her husband enjoy travel, running, hiking, boating and art museums (well, husband not so much with the museums!).

Mrs. Whaley has three kiddos of her own enrolled in Walton County Schools and is excited to be a part of our wonderful, creative beach community.


connect to your child's art through their Art Google Classroom.  Embedded in these classrooms you’ll find an additional link/button for real-time streaming when their class comes to Art. You can access Google Classroom through ClassLink. 



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