CONTRIBUTED PHOTOChelsey Roberts points to her artwork display in the district-wide art show recently at Salisbury High School. Students in kindergarten through 12th grade had their artwork displayed.
PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBBIE GALBRAITHTaking the newspaper challenge, Madelynn D., Calvin R. and Alexia W. make “Salisbury Slides” after reading the Salisbury Press.
Student Amber Hawley creates this digital photography piece for the art show titled “Caitlyn.”
Student Hunter Bleam uses double exposure photography to create this piece titled “Yvonne.”
Students create portrait triptychs, a set of three pictures displayed together as one unit. Students took the photos using a 35mm film camera, developed the film, created a contact sheet of all of the images and learned how to create darkroom prints of their favorite images.
Dominic Lopez shows his portrait triptych. atthelehighjthelehighvalleypress.com/
Victoria Creswell creates a giant portrait using charcoal and chalk pastel.
Second grade students at Harry S Truman Elementary School have their work displayed at the art show. websitewebsiteatatthelehighvalleypress.com/ thelehighvalleypress.com/ thethelehighvalleypress.com/
Some first grade students at Harry S Truman Elementary School create snowmen for the art show.
This yarn art is created by Rachel G. Agullar.PRESS PHOTOS BY DEBBIE GALBRAITH
A digital image montage by Bethany Hnatow is titled “Cheryl Hildebrand.”
This paper mache piece is created by Maya Darawsheh.
Jesse Pursel creates a turtle using puzzle pieces. Additional photos can be found on our website at http://www.thelehighvalleypress.com.
Sean Baugher masters the art of quilling with his piece displayed in the art show.
Seventh grade students show their work using the art of illuminated manuscript.
Clay bowls created by students are on display at the art show.
Clarissa Guzman uses scratch art to create this piece for the art show.
Sixth grade students display their work using one point perspective.
Western Salisbury Elementary School first grade students have their work displayed.
Western Salisbury Elementary School second grade students show the butterflies they created.
Hussein A. Rizvi creates this colorful bird on display at the art show.
Aidan Carey creates this choice wood project table.