SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Better Life Children's Services has partnered with the Crocker Art Museum to showcase the art of Sacramento children.

Students ranging from elementary school through high school created art that expressed their vision of what it looks like to be a part of a loving family. They used artistic mediums, from acrylic paint to crayons and paper cutouts, to show what the concept of family means to them.

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Better Life Children's Services, a Sacramento adoption and foster care agency, hopes the exposure from the Crocker Museum exhibit will bring awareness to the 60,000 youth in California's child welfare system, and inspire prospective parents to invite a deserving child into their home.

More information on the Better Life Children's Services Young Artist Exhibit at the Crocker Art Museum can be found here

Admission to The Crocker Museum is $12 for adults and $6 for youth aged 6 - 17. The Better Life exhibit runs through Sunday, February 24.

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