On Saturday, December 6th, an exhibit of artwork created by over 100 Cazenovia Elementary and Middle School students was unveiled at the New Woodstock Free Library. Work by students in Kindergarten through seventh grade was on display. A reception complete with refreshments was provided for the opening of the exhibit, which was held from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon, and was well attended by the artists, their parents, and other appreciative community members. Thanks to the wonderful work of the volunteers at the library, this was an exciting opportunity for the students to showcase their efforts.
The artwork will be on display through January of the new year, and it is well worth a trip to view the creations of these talented students. The artwork ranges from watercolor landscapes, to clay and plaster masks. You can enjoy everything from still lifes, to abstract designs, to outdoor scenes, to imaginative space scapes! A wide variety of styles and mediums are represented.
We hope you will join us in celebrating the arts in our schools, and the success of our children. Please visit the New Woodstock Free Library and be inspired and impressed by the talented young people of the Cazenovia School District.