YSHS students to open art exhibit at Village Artisans
- Published: January 8, 2015
“Views of the Village” is a creative rendering of what Yellow Springs means to the seven students enrolled in advanced art at Yellow Springs High School. Their art show, including pen and ink drawings, photography, linoleum prints, oils and pastels of the Glen, the School Forest, the Highlander Laundromat, community bonfires and friends is a tribute to the town many of them grew up in and where they now live. An opening event for the show they planned, created, hung and publicized (with the help of art teacher Elisabeth Simon) will take place on Friday, Jan. 9, 6:30–8 p.m. at the Village Artisans Gallery.
The artists include Nadia Mulhall, Tom Amrhein, Lake Miller, Sarah Jako, Maddie Allen, Madeline Nielson and Simone Collins.
Below are Amrhein’s “Third Friday,” left, and Mulhall’s “Horace Mann.”