Kids made all this stuff, and it’s awesome

Pen and ink animal by eighth-grader Savannah Hawkins.
Pen and ink animal by eighth-grader Savannah Hawkins.
Salt and Pepper, Kara Denoncourt (grade 8).
Salt and Pepper, Kara Denoncourt (grade 8).
Mona Giraffe – inspired by the Mona Lisa, Shayla Weeden (grade 7).
Mona Giraffe – inspired by the Mona Lisa, Shayla Weeden (grade 7).
Building Project, Abby D. (grade 5).
Building Project, Abby D. (grade 5).
Cultural Mask, Zoe Aberici (grade 9).
Cultural Mask, Zoe Aberici (grade 9).
Untitled, Amanda Webster (grade 12).
Untitled, Amanda Webster (grade 12).
Pop-Up Families, Holly Keenan (grade 1).
Pop-Up Families, Holly Keenan (grade 1).
Silhouette, Hannah Blake (grade 9).
Silhouette, Hannah Blake (grade 9).
Realistic Skull, Rachel Lewis (grade 8).
Realistic Skull, Rachel Lewis (grade 8).
Stained Glass Animal, Matthew Burns (grade 7).
Stained Glass Animal, Matthew Burns (grade 7).
Piggy Bank, Nicole Toler.
Piggy Bank, Nicole Toler.
Untitled, Abbey Criaghead (grade 11).
Untitled, Abbey Criaghead (grade 11).
Untitled, Flannery Black-Ingersoll (grade 12).
Untitled, Flannery Black-Ingersoll (grade 12).

It’s Youth Art Month and like every other year, the Concord School District is celebrating by hosting a student art exhibit at Steeplegate Mall. Through April 15, over 1,100 pieces will be on display in what was a vacant retail space across from Tutti Frutti near the Bon-Ton entrance.

Author: Keith Testa

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