Doodles and Dragons: The Fredericktown High School Art Show

Molly Sikes, Writer

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On Saturday, April 21, the art department held their annual art show at the Ozark Regional Library in town. Along with displays of projects along the walls and counter, the artists also had stations dedicated to getting local kids into art. The stations were only a dollar each to participate in and included activities like book making, mask making, face painting, canvas painting, 3D art, and balloon animals.

On the walls were works of art created by students of art class. Each wall held different examples of assignments given to the students throughout the year, from still-lifes made from pastel to portraits in black and white to lithographic prints made from carved blocks.