Vincent Van Gogh, who lived and died in poverty, might have rued the food waste but probably would have appreciated the artistic ambition of students at a northern Utah high school who recreated the artist's famous “Starry Night” painting using breakfast cereal. More than 150 teens from the appropriately named Sky View High School in Smithfield worked for about three and a half hours on the 6,400-sq.ft. replica, which was spread across the floor of the school gym. They used a grid approach ...

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