ORLAND, Calif. - An Orland high school art class unveiled a new mosaic at one of the school's buildings on Wednesday.
It took one teacher 30 students about 2 years to complete, according to Mrs. Wallace.
They collaborated with an art program called the rainforest art project, a program that works with schools to make public art.
Action News Now spoke with a student at Orland High School, Carson Karle, on what he thinks about the art piece.
"Yeah I absolutely think I'm going to have a piece of myself at this school," said Karle. "I think its a timeless piece of art at Orland High School. It's going to be around for a long time and I look forward to coming back and seeing just how big of an impact it has and how long it will be here."
The class has previously made two mosaic signs at their office building.
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