NORTHCREEK- Johnsburg Central School (JCS) art students will have the opportunity to showcase their art in more ways than one in March. Their art will not only hang in the halls of JCS, but also in the Widlund Gallery at Tannery Pond Community Center (TPCC).
The ninth annual JCS student art show will begin in the gallery March 1 and will feature art from first through 12th grade students of JCS.
They have chosen some of the their finest works under the direction of art teacher Maria Glode for presentation to the public. The exhibition will run through March 25.
Featured art will include a plaster sculpture by Taylor Dwyer, a print based on Kevin Henkes's Old Bear by Sheridan Millington, and a city scape by Cassie Dunbar, according to Elise Widlund of the Widlund Gallery.
Glode noticed an increased dedication in her students as they prepared their pieces to be shown to the community.
"It makes them feel good to see their art hanging outside the walls of the school," she said. "The work harder and take more pride in their work when they know it will be displayed."
For more information, visit www.tpcca.org.