CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- Students from grades kindergarten through 12th grade showcased their artwork in Croton-Harmon High School's annual art show.
During the May 19 opening reception, families browsed the artwork, with students excitedly showing off their creations and admiring work by their peers. Students also went on class trips in the following school days to view the artwork.
This year’s exhibit included a range of mediums, including clay-leaf texture tiles by kindergartners; pinch pots by second-grade students; paintings by Advanced Placement Studio Art students at the high school; a wide range of sculptures made by Pierre Van Cortlandt Middle School classes; and American Indian bead work by the high school students.
The art show allows students and parents to view the progression of artwork through the grade levels. Younger students also have the opportunity to view the types of artwork they will have the opportunity to create as the move through the grades in Croton-Harmon.
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