The annual JEFCOED art show was held at Botanical Gardens September 27. Students exhibited their handiwork and showed great artistic expression through water color, acrylics, sculptures, and interpretation of artists’ work.
Marla Cate Rouse as a Corner School second grader viewed some apples on a plate with a butterfly tablecloth from a bird’s point of view. Her teacher is Mollie Blackwood. Her sixth grade brother Cade listens to her explanation of her picture.
LeeAnya, a second grader at Chalkville Elementary, points proudly to her Van Gogh bird interpretation. Her class studied Vincent Van Gogh and teacher Debbie Randolph asked each member of the class to do a Van Gogh version of any animal he/she chose.
Fifth grader Ashton Robinson of McAdory Elementary is proud of his sister’s work Carolina who is a first-grader. She was told to make a picture showcasing the first 100 days of school. Martene Torain is her teacher. The artist,Carolina, was begged to be in the picture but shyness prevented her appearance.
Peyton Roberts, a fifth grader at McAdory Elementary, shows off her pop art portrait and puts funny on her self-portrait. Her teacher is Martene Torain.