Farmington Art On Display

Farmington Art On Display
Posted on 05/04/2018
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Last night, Farmington had it’s 6th annual District Art Show, showcasing art from students in the district, regardless of age. The artwork ranged from pencil drawings to three foot tall paintings to a wearable dinosaur costume. The event was held at Farmington High School and was busy with students and parents, excited to see the immense amount of creativity in the room.


Here’s just a few of the many amazing creations showcased!


altered book sculpture
Altered Book Sculpture by Reese Anderson, 8th Grade


 

Drawing

Hades and Persephone” Drawing by Maia Honl, 11th Grade

iPad sculpture Claes Oldenburg Rubix Cube Sculpture by Kaylee Beissel, Isabelle Sharp, and Emelia Wieber, 8th Grade and Claes Oldenburg iPhone Sculpture by Katie Johnson and Ella Zimmerman, 7th Grade

 


 

Jack

Oil Painting by Jack Cummings, 4th Grade, who says his inspiration came from artist Paul Klee

Berg throwing pottery

In addition to the amazing artwork shown, high school students also volunteer to demonstrate how different art pieces are created. Last night, Kyle Berg was seen “throwing” a pot for some interested young artists. The Farmington Art Show promotes student artwork and encourages student artists in Farmington to continue working on their artistic talent. “It’s so much fun to see the progression of art,” commented Tina Cummings, a proud mom whose children have had pieces at the Art Show. “We love it because it brings the whole community together.”

Article by Ryan Huling, Student Reporter 
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