Pam Schehl/Mount Vernon News Danville second-grader Cale Brewer points out his winter scene Thursday during Danville Schools’ Music and Arts Festival.

Pam Schehl/Mount Vernon News

Danville second-grader Cale Brewer points out his winter scene Thursday during Danville Schools’ Music and Arts Festival. Request this photo

 

DANVILLE — The Danville community had the pleasure to see an impressive collection of artwork Thursday during the schools’ annual Music and Arts Festival.

The high school gymnasium was filled with artwork of all kinds. Elementary masterpieces included winter scenes, fall scenes and collages, and special 3-D creations made from used paper towel tubes, empty spools, nut cups and other recycled items.

Multiple mediums were used by the artists in grades eight through 12. There were black and white drawings, colorful geometric designs, paintings, masks and more. Lighted shadow boxes featured interesting scenes with a three dimensional feel, and ceramic pots and graffito pottery tiles rounded out the 3-D offerings.

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Pam Schehl: 740-397-5333 or pschehl@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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