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Springville Middle School artists display their creations

ATTENTION TO DETAIL — One of the students at Springville Middle School is pictured, preparing work for the art show. Photos submitted by Christy Komenda.
SPRINGVILLE — Students from the Springville Middle School put their efforts on display for their families, on Jan. 24, during the school’s second quarter art show, which was held at that school.

“This is a new opportunity for students, to display the variety of art mediums they have worked with throughout the quarter,” said art teacher Christy Komenda.

“The compositions that were developed by the students are stunning examples of their skills.”

This quarter, the different grades worked in different areas, as they developed their art skills.

BUDDING ARTISTS — Pictured is a piece done by Springville-GI Middle School student Molly Kropczynski.
The sixth grade students created perspective drawings and paintings, while the seventh graders used drawings, sculptures and other media to, in the words of their teacher, “emphasize the symbol of their personalities.”

CREATION — Julianna Kraft made this artwork, which was recently on display at the Springville Middle School.
The eighth graders’ productions were geared toward the principles of art. Their creations were acrylic paintings, ceramic figures, plaster sculptures and several others.

LOVELY LANDSCAPE ­— Springville-Griffith Institute Middle School student Amy Stabell created this piece.
The middle school will unveil its first permanent sculpture, in the spring, with a metal tree, designed with more than 100 leaves, welded to the structure. Each leaf will have been designed by a eighth grade student.

“I am proud to educate and display all of my students’ artwork, because of the quality of work that each student creates, at this level,” said Komenda. “You will not want to miss the third quarter show in April.”
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