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Head O’ Meadow Elementary School hosted a night for students and parents to view student artwork created throughout the 2017-18 school year, on April 30.
Artwork was on display in the school’s lobby and along the walls in hallways. As students and family members began arriving for the “School of Art” gallery, art teacher Donna Perugini greeted every new arrival near the school’s main entrance.
Clay creations were on display in the lobby. Students walked by Medieval clay castles created by fourth graders, and were surprised by creations that appeared lit from within. All of the windows of the castles shone with a blue light.
Artwork from each grade level at the school was on display for the event, from “Incised Pinch Pots” by kindergarteners to “Mandalas/Radial Designs” by fourth graders.