Park Avenue second grader’s artwork featured in Columbus exhibit


By Evelyn Long - The Sentinel



Courtesy photo Taelan Davis, Mount Gilead second grade student whose art work was selected for exhibition in the 2017 Ohio Art Education Association’s Young People’s Art Exhibition.


The Mount Gilead Park Avenue Elementary School is proud to announce that the art work of Taelan Davis, grade two, was selected for exhibit in the 2017 Ohio Art Education Association’s Young People’s Art Exhibition.

This exhibit represented Ohio students in grades kindergarten through eight and was displayed at Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus from February 27-March 17.

A reception and awards ceremony was held at the Rhodes Office Tower on March 11 for the young artists, their families and teachers.

There were 110 pieces selected for the juried show from nine regions of the state that represented organizations for art teachers in Ohio. OAEA works to promote the arts and recognize quality student art throughout the state through various exhibits at state and regional levels.

The Young People’s Art Exhibition is a result of many volunteer hours by art teachers in the state.

Young Davis’ work was submitted for the show by Robin Conrad, art educator at Park Avenue Elementary School.

Courtesy photo Taelan Davis, Mount Gilead second grade student whose art work was selected for exhibition in the 2017 Ohio Art Education Association’s Young People’s Art Exhibition.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2017/03/web1_Taelan-Davis.jpgCourtesy photo Taelan Davis, Mount Gilead second grade student whose art work was selected for exhibition in the 2017 Ohio Art Education Association’s Young People’s Art Exhibition.

By Evelyn Long

The Sentinel

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