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Artist John Suplee donates painting to Upland Country Day School

04/16/2014 02:12PM ● Published by ACL

John Suplee with Terry Anderson at Upland Country Day School.

Local artist John Suplee has donated one of his oil paintings, “Persistance,” to Upland Country Day School's Academic Center. 

The painting depicts a well-known tree at the Stroud Research Center and the nearby salmon statue. He presented the painting to Upland art teacher, Terry Anderson. John's mother, Pat Suplee, was a teacher at Upland in the 1960s.

Suplee also painted “Young Calf at Muddy Creek Forks,” the painting that has hung in the Academic Center for years. It was once a tradition for Upland students to tap the calf's nose for good luck.

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