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Students have art pieces exhibited

| March 16, 2015

ElliveaKarissaCOLUMBUS – Two students from the Coshocton City Schools have their artworks on display in Columbus for the Ohio Art Education Association. The exhibits started with a reception on March 14.

Ellivea Brown, a 5th grader, had her artwork chosen to be exhibited at the Young People’s Art Exhibition. Her work is on display at the Rhodes State Office Tower. She created a collage of popcorn that was inspired by the artist Andy Warhol in his “Pop” art style.

Karissa Winterringer, a 4th grader, was chosen to be exhibited at the Youth Art month Exhibition. The exhibit is being hosted by the State Teacher’s Retirement System. Karissa’s artwork was a pastel and glue resist that she created using soft pastels. Her work was inspired by the artist Vincent Van Gogh.

Both exhibits are on display until March 21. There are nine regions in Ohio representing the O.A.E.A., and this year’s show includes over 120 student works from all over the state.

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