It was billed as the “Largest, ‘Small” Art Show” where students could create any artwork they wanted, in any medium but with one guideline. It could not be bigger than 4-inches by 5-inches. The challenge was for the Chicagoland’s 4x5 art show or the “Largest ‘Small’ Art Show,” previously only open to high school students. Butler Junior High student Christopher Koulouris earned 3rd place in the show for his entry. His winning entry was one of 30 artworks submitted by Butler students. The show was held Nov. 6 at Oswego High School.