Art exhibit displays students work

Jenna Wilson ('15)/ Eastside News and Features Editor

From December 16, 2012 to January 31, 2013 the Art of Cherry Hill East students will be shown at the Cherry Hill Library.

The exhibit is two parts. The showcase in the upstairs reading room highlights memory boxes that the students created out of cigar boxes. They are under glass and lights, open for the public to see.

The second part of the exhibit is downstairs. It highlights acrylic paintings. The students were able to create “whatever inspired them. There is no theme to the exhibit,” said Mrs. Calnon-Buote, the art teacher who called the library to organize the exhibit. The students who participated in the event were of all levels. Any student could submit pieces to the show, but the show mainly exhibits art from Advanced Foundation of Art students and AP Studio Art students.

The students who participated in the show are:

Samantha Aronson                                                           Julie Benbassat

Maya Bulter                                                                         Krystle Carkeek

Paula Chung                                                                      Julia Dintino

Zoe Greenhall                                                                     Lucy He

Erika Kalnowski                                                                  Alle Kassan

Griffen Hogrogean                                                             Courtney Ma

Carmen Montaluo                                                              Maura Roncase

Lauren Rotkovetz                                                               Haley Schultz

Candence Smith                                                                 Madison Stein

 

To see the exhibit, which is open the public, head to the Cherry Hill Library by January 31st!