Winslow School District puts on annual art show March 5-7

“Tiger,” black scratch medium, Weston Morris, 11th grade. Photo/Todd Roth

“Tiger,” black scratch medium, Weston Morris, 11th grade. Photo/Todd Roth

The Winslow School District put on its annual district-wide student art show March 5-7 in the old high school gym. All grades were represented from kindergarten to high school seniors. Deana McKinney, an art teacher at Winslow High School, arranged the event and played host. She encouraged the students to stretch their imaginations and create surreal art pieces.

Those in attendance could view approximately 1,500 art pieces in a variety of styles and mediums. Younger students created art on 8" X 11" paper with colored paints. Junior high and high school students created art using ceramics, metal, papier-mache, pastels, ink, pencil and other media.


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