K-8 artwork now on display

Lisa Ingebrand, Montgomery Messenger

Colorful and creative works of art made by the youngest Titans cover the walls of the Arts and Heritage Center in Montgomery. (Lisa Ingebrand photo)

More than 100 pieces of artwork created by the youngest Titans are now on display at the Arts and Heritage Center of Montgomery. The exhibit, which is open to the public, is available for view during regular center hours, through April 17.

Each piece of artwork is labeled with the student artist’s name and grade.

Most of the items exhibited are two-dimensional, but some impressive three-dimensional art is featured on a table in the center of the display.

Tri-City United Elementary Art teachers Aly Olsson in Le Center, Margaret Johnson in Lonsdale, and Amanda Mesenbring in Montgomery selected pieces for the exhibit. They also worked together to create the display, carefully hanging each piece and labeling them.

Because of COVID 19, students chose whether they wanted to participate and which piece they wanted to show. Olsson said it means a lot for her...

To see more on this story pick up the April 1, 2021 print edition of the Montgomery Messenger. 


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