Burnsville preschool teacher a rising Lego star

manda Feuk built “The Tree” from more than 2,000 Lego pieces. Originally commissioned for her church, the piece later won the Best Artwork award at the Brickworld convention in Chicago and was sold. (Photo courtesy of Twin Cities Aesthetic)

manda Feuk built “The Tree” from more than 2,000 Lego pieces. Originally commissioned for her church, the piece later won the Best Artwork award at the Brickworld convention in Chicago and was sold. (Photo courtesy of Twin Cities Aesthetic)

Lego-maniacs share a vocabulary. Legos, of course, are the plastic construction toys made for 66 years by The Lego Group, which owns one of the world’s best-known brands.

AFOLs are Adult Fans of Lego; LUGs are Lego User Groups. MOCs are My Own Creations — Lego artworks conceived by the builder, not assembled out of the box from a company design.

“It’s all art, in my personal opinion,” said Burnsville resident Amanda Feuk, a professional artist, rising Lego star and leader of a monthly family Lego night in Burnsville.

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