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Fairgrieve Students Exhibit Art at Beaver Lake Nature Center

Submitted by the Fulton City School District

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Pictured with the artwork they will display at the Beaver Lake Nature Center art exhibit are left to right: Caleb Trepasso, Fairgrieve art teacher, Diane Wavle, Jenna Coakley, Dorothy Henopp and Jakob Ball. The artwork will be on display at the nature center throughout the month of April.

Art works by Caleb Trepasso, Jenna Coakley, Dorothy Henopp, Jarred Allen and Jakob Ball were selected to represent Fairgrieve Elementary School at a special exhibit celebrating the artistic achievements of elementary level students.

During the month of April, visitors to Beaver Lake Nature Center will enjoy a variety of work relating to nature themes, including animals and landscapes in the form of paintings, drawings, prints, collage and more. The styles range from highly realistic to incredibly imaginative!!

An opening reception will be held on Sunday April 3 to honor the young artists. Each of the students will receive a certificate and ribbon in recognition of his/her participation in the show. Refreshments will be served while family members and friends enjoy the reception.

“Student Art – Naturally” is organized annually by the Central Region of the New York State Art Teachers Association in co-operation with Beaver Lake Nature Center.