January Gallery Exhibits
The World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery
In the “World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery” student from Smoky Row Elementary will be featured. The students studied the art of post-impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh and each grade level created a series of drawings and paintings which were inspired from the many different themes of Van Gogh’s artwork.
About the Art Teacher – Angie Crider has taught Art at Smoky Row Elementary for 15 years and loves to share her knowledge of art and drawing with her students by incorporating her lessons with information about famous artists and their works of art. Mrs. Crider earned her BS in Visual Art Education as well as an MAE in Elementary Education.
The Gallery Annex
During January the Gallery Annex will showcase artworks created by the students from Carmel, Clay and Creekside Middle Schools and also artwork from the students at Carmel High School.
The CAC’s “Community Art Exhibit” will feature drawings, paintings and mixed media collages created by the Life Skills classes at Carmel High School.
The Carmel Arts Council Children’s Art Gallery exhibits artwork of local kindergarten through 6th grade children from private and public schools, as well as local middle schools and high schools.
The Gallery is open:
The Gallery is also open on the second Saturday of every month from 5pm until 9pm for the Art and Design District’s “Gallery Walk” event. The month of June is Meet the Artist night!
We look forward to seeing you!
Gallery Contact Information
Donna Tutwiler, CAC Gallery Coordinator
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