The World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery
Presents a selection of artwork by the students from
Cherry Tree Elementary
Open House November 4th 2:00PM – 4:00PM – All are welcome
1st Grade – designed turtles and fish that were inspired by artist Piet Mondrian
2nd Grade and 3rd Grade – created their views of cats with patterned backgrounds in oil pastels on colored paper
4th Grade – exhibiting their “name tangles” which is zentangel “name art” and along with 5th Grade – worked in conjunction to create three dimensional pots and planters with interesting patterns
Art Teacher – Kate Ristow
Mrs. Ristow graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Art History and with a concentration in 19th century art. In 2002 she returned to school to earn an Art Education degree with a focus on Fine Art.
For the past 7 years Mrs. Ristow has been teaching Art at Cherry Tree Elementary and prior to this she taught Art at Carmel High School.
Mrs. Ristow collects and sells vintage and antique jewelry and specializes in 19th Century Victorian jewelry and collectibles.
The Gallery Annex
Presents artwork created by art students from
Carmel, Clay, and Creekside Middle Schools, and Carmel High School
The CAC’s Community Art Exhibit
Featuring 6 award winning artworks from the Carmel International Arts Festival High School Division Art Contest. This contest was held during the Carmel International Arts Festival September 22 and 23, 2018.
The Carmel International Arts Festival is a non-profit organization that was formed to bring the Arts to Carmel and to introduce Art in all of its forms to the citizens of Carmel as well as the surrounding area.
The Gallery is open:
Special Hours for the Month of November:
- November 10th 5:00PM-9:00PM for the Arts and Design District’s Gallery Walk
We look forward to seeing you!
Gallery Contact Information
Donna Tutwiler, CAC Gallery Coordinator
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