There are new items in the Morgan County Library display case, it’s Morgan High School Student Art. This colorful variety of art work will be displayed throughout the month of March. The students participating in this art display range from 10th to 12th grade.
The paintings are done in acrylic or watercolor paints, explained MHS Art Teacher, Mr. John Pincock. He and Ms.Nancy Judd, also an Art Teacher at Morgan High, help to organize this display. Ms.Judd pointed that “Ashly’s paintings are mixed media, Karlee’s work is watercolor, and Natasha’s sketch is of charcoal.” The participants are part of the MHS Art Club.
The students whose paintings/sketches are in the display case are:
Karlee Stokes, Chris Tipton, Nate Johnson, Natasha Andersen, Ashly Pentz, James Stitzer, and Ali Peterson.
The intricate shapes and sizes of the ceramic items help to add to grandeur of the display.
Those who contributed to the ceramics are:
Teacher, John Pincock, and students: Brek Thorton, Ethan Clark, Kassie Pentz, Shauntel Thackeray, Peyton Lish, Zac Welsh, Jessie Hoang, Trista Mark, Kassandra Pentz, Keaton Cox, Luke Larsen, and Kameron Drage.
Some work of Zac Welsh is also on display, this month, as featured student artist at Rocky Mountain Fine Art Gallery.
Mr Pincock is looking forward to Family Fun Night, where there will be a pottery making demonstration. He is bringing his pottery wheel and will throw a pot or two. Valerie Hancock, Morgan County Librarian, explained the other events include chalk art; modeling clay; face painting; art show and stories. “There will be a group activity or two to begin with and then there will be interactive stations, stated Mrs. Hancock.The Family Fun Night, will be Monday, March 26 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the library. This has been arranged with the help of the MHS Art Department and MC Library Staff, this event is open to the public.