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Ashland's First Friday Art Walk, March 2nd, from 5 to 8 pm

Student artist, Rachel Feinberg, jewelry making

Ashland Gallery Association March Spotlight Exhibits Annual Student Art Show

March First Friday will celebrate student art during the AGA Annual Student Art Show! Alongside art by well-known local, regional and national artists, galleries and businesses will feature works by budding young student artists from Ashland High School Art Department.

Join us for the Student Artist Receptions during the Friday Art Walk on March 2nd from 5 to 8 PM. There will be a variety of media on display by these creative young artists including: paintings, drawings, mixed media, jewelry pieces, woodwork, and photography. Most exhibits will be on display throughout the month of March.

Participating galleries and student artists:

American Trails: Ginny Cotton, Grace Jack

Ashland Art Center: Jade Bromley, Izzy Duval, Taylor Monroe, Curtis Jones

Ashland Art Works: Gemti Loewenstein, Enya Cochran Harrison Romney, Kai Cheval, Vincent Forster, Joah Margul,

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For the Love of Art - Jacksonville Elementary School 9th Annual Art Exhibition

 

Thursday, March 21st, 2013 from 5-7:30 pm at Jacksonville Elementary Gymnasium

Students at Jacksonville Elementary School have learned about perspective, pointillism, color and collage. They can tell you the difference between fine art and illustration – realism and abstraction. A unique partnership of parents, teachers, administrators and community members study and teach art in K-6 classrooms to bring their students an excellent art program.

Between October and March, parents lead the students through projects designed to teach art basics such as shape, color, line and texture. Parent volunteers are in the process of teaching 20+ projects to their students. They’ve introduced students to the work of master artists such as Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Andy Warhol, Georgia O’Keefe, Vincent van Gogh, Albrecht Dürer, Eric Carle and Henri Matisse. They’ve exposed students to a wide variety of materials and techniques that include: paints, pastels, clay, wire, textile and gourd.

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Ashland Gallery Association Annual Student Art Show

"Water 2" by Kiri Bolles

Don’t miss a special First Friday Art Walk on March 2nd, as 17 Ashland High School art students will proudly present their work during the Ashland Gallery Association’s Annual Student Art Show! Seven AGA galleries have volunteered to host the impressive student art exhibits, which will open on First Friday and run throughout the month of March.

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