A wide variety of artwork was on display at this year's K-12 Art Show leaving the steady stream of visitors to this year's shows impressed by the quality of the students' work. Congratulations to our students, and their Art teachers, Mrs. Tia Brown and Mrs. Casie Baker, for this successful showing!

 

The K-12 Art Show featured students' two-dimensional (drawing, painting, and digital photography) and three-dimensional (sculture, ceramics) artwork. Below are some scenes from this year's show. Click each picture to see a large image.

 

 

 

 

 

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