FULTON – Fulton City School District students painted pictures of perfection for the annual district-wide art show at the Fulton Education Center.
Accompanied by friends and family members, students in grades kindergarten through 12 strolled through the building’s first floor where self portraits, beadwork, wood burning, pottery, drawings and a variety of other artwork were displayed.
Several students also pointed out what they sought to do next in their art class as they saw all of the new inspiration.
FCSD teachers, principals and other personnel, including Superintendent Brian Pulvino, attended the affair and were in awe of the artistic talent throughout the district.
They said it was wonderful to see students take such pride in their work.
Amanda Hurlbutt, art teacher at both Volney Elementary and Fulton Junior High schools, commended each FCSD honoree whose pieces were chosen to be featured in the show.
All of her Volney students have had a glimpse of what that experience was like all year, as she transformed the bare hallways into wondrous art galleries of student pieces.
“It’s nice seeing what they accomplished,” she said.
The abundance of art pieces on display in the FCSD art show were chosen based on student progress, enthusiasm and one or more of the following elements of art: line, shape, space, value, form, texture and color.