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‘Blue Dog’ artist visits local school

Posted: March 12, 2013 8:32 p.m.
Updated: March 12, 2013 8:32 p.m.
Artist George Rodrigue answers students' questions at North Park Elementary School in Valencia on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) Artist George Rodrigue answers students' questions at North Park Elementary School in Valencia on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
Artist George Rodrigue answers students' questions at North Park Elementary School in Valencia on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
Artist George Rodrigue draws a landscape incorporating oak trees at North Park Elementary School in Valencia on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) Artist George Rodrigue draws a landscape incorporating oak trees at North Park Elementary School in Valencia on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
Artist George Rodrigue draws a landscape incorporating oak trees at North Park Elementary School in Valencia on Tuesday. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
Artist George Rodrigue, best known for his "Blue Dog" series of paintings, signs a T-shirt for first-grader Emily Dominguez at North Park Elementary School on Tuesday. The presentation was Rodrigue's first in California. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal) Artist George Rodrigue, best known for his "Blue Dog" series of paintings, signs a T-shirt for first-grader Emily Dominguez at North Park Elementary School on Tuesday. The presentation was Rodrigue's first in California. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
Artist George Rodrigue, best known for his "Blue Dog" series of paintings, signs a T-shirt for first-grader Emily Dominguez at North Park Elementary School on Tuesday. The presentation was Rodrigue's first in California. (Jonathan Pobre/The Signal)
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Artist George Rodrigue, born and raised in the heart of Cajun country in southern Louisiana, delighted students at North Park Elementary School Tuesday with impromptu drawings and a brief look at his influences and artwork through the years. He was greeted by student works inspired by his famous "Blue Dog" series of paintings.

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