JefCoEd elementary art show showcases budding talent.
JefCoEd's annual elementary art show drew a large crowd September 5 at Botanical Gardens. Antoine Palm, Jr., a third grader at Adamsville was so thrilled with his oil pastel flower arrangement in the tall gray vase that he posed with his principal Kathy Murray and Dad, Antoine Palm, Sr. Antoine's art teacher is Lindsay Mouyal and he wants to be a pediatrician when he grows up. Art supervisor Stacia Jacks coordinated the art show.
North Highland third-grader Cole Jenkins' assignment was to draw a colorful abstract in the style of Pablo Picasso. He took his Mother Deva to JefcoEd's annual elementary art show to see the display at the Botanical Gardens. His teacher is Lauren Williams. Art supervisor Stacia Jacks coordinated the show.
Matthew Taft, a fourth grader at North Highland Elementary, was told by art teacher Lauren Williams to do a colorful abstract by doing something creative with circles. He proudly showed off his resulting painting at the annual JefCoEd elementary art show and when he grows up he wants to be a policeman. Art supervisor Stacia Jacks coordinated the show.
Kindall Miller, a Pleasant Grove Elementary third grader, designed a stylized cactus by layering tissue paper over a plain old brown paper towel and embellished its prickles with black fabric paint. Caroline Trewhella is the art teacher and Kindall wants to be a legal examiner when she grows up. Kindall's Mother Stephanie also attended the show.
Brooke Bailey, a third grader at Pinson Elementary, brought her twin Taylor to see her folded paper creation which resulted in a red and blue creation. She folded her paper in half after painting it and then open it to reveal a result similar to a Rorschach test. It was the annual JefcoEd elementary art show and her art teacher is Carol Herren. Art supervisor Stacia Jacks coordinated the show. Taylor wants to be a nurse when she grows up and Brooke wants to be a librarian.
McAdory Elementary first grader Anna Cahill brought her whole family to see her art wares displayed in the annual JefCoEd elementary show held at Botanical Gardens. Pictured from left her mother Tiffany, Anna, her sister, fifth grader Rebecca Cahill and grandparents Gloria and Ronald Carter. Anna created a mixed media picture using fabric, paper, and paint and with buttons as the flower blossoms with long green paper stems. Her art teacher is Shelley Bailey.