Student artists shine
For the fourth year in a row, Blowing Rock Frameworks and
Gallery in Blowing Rock will host an exhibit of student art from Two Rivers Community
The art will hang in the gallery Nov. 5 to 10. A reception for the student artists will be held at the gallery from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.
Two Rivers Community School art instructor Kelly Snider coordinated all of the more than 100 entries in this juried exhibition. Three professional artists narrowed the exhibit to two pieces each from each grade, kindergarten through eighth.
The winning artists of each grade are kindergartner Addison Galleher, first-graders Rowena Brown and Addison Schoychid, second-graders Liv Long and Sarah Trefz, third-graders Will Payne Devereux and Kirra Laws, fourth-graders Lili Frongilb and Ben Zanon, fifth-graders Zeb Dickens and Samara Carlough, sixth-graders Madeline Roark and Amelia Darnell, seventh-graders Catie Phillips and Hannah Trefz, and eighth-graders Cora Roark and Ayla Albert.
Tim Miller of Blowing Rock Frameworks and Gallery has provided framing and matting for all of the pieces of student art. John Bond of Art Mart has provided some of the prizes that will be given to the winners.
Blowing Rock Frameworks and Gallery is located at 7539 Valley Blvd. in Blowing Rock at the Food Lion Shopping Center.
For more information, call Blowing Rock Frameworks and Gallery at (828) 295-0041, or visit http://www.blowingrockgalleries.com.