Visual Arts
Pre-Columbian ceramic effigies were among the art pieces in the K–12 show.

Pre-Columbian ceramic effigies were among the art pieces in the K–12 show.

YSHS showcases student artwork

Yellow Springs High School opened its doors to the community one evening last week to showcase the third annual K-12 art exhibit. Parents and community members viewed paintings, collages, ceramics, graphics  and masks that lined the school’s first floor hallways and cafeteria, while children chased balloons and got their faces painted in the gym. A snack truck was parked outside for those who missed their dinner in order to get to the show on time.

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One Response to “YSHS showcases student artwork”

  1. Amy Magnus says:

    My son and I loved that little hedgehog. Awesome work around. My favorites were Ben Green’s sleep studies.

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