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Escaping into her art How Lodi sophomore Kathleen Prince found therapy on a blank drawing page

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Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013 7:18 am

Being a high school student today can be hard. Social cliques, family issues, the loss of a loved one: Those are a few of the things that have led Kathleen Prince, a 16-year-old sophomore at Lodi High School, to turn to art. Here, she talks about her artwork and how it is an alternative outlet that helps her deal with tough situations.

“Art is my escape from the world. When I draw I can get away from the kids at school, I can ignore any pain or loneliness and I feel nothing but each stroke of my pencil on the paper,” Prince said.

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