Students from several area elementary schools, as well as Catonsville High School and Western School of Technology and Environmental Science, will have their artwork on display at the Baltimore Museum of Art through May 17 as part of the annual "Art is for Everyone" exhibition at the museum at 10 Art Museum Drive in Baltimore.
The students are among 281 from 121 elementary, middle, and high schools whose works were chosen for the exhibition.
The exhibition, which has been held since 1988, features paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and digital art, according to a release from the school system.
"House Print" by kindergarten student Angelina Guzman and third-grader Isabella Pagan's "Adinkra Style Print" are on display. The students' art teacher at Baltimore Highlands Elementary is April Pink.
Fifth-grader Kamira Walls' "Radial Symmetry Name Design" and fourth-grader Dylan Young's "Bacon, Egg and Cereal Smile" are on display. The students' art teacher at Halethorpe Elementary is Sara Murphy.
Second-grader Alejandra Molina's "Bird Collage Inspired by Denise Fiedler" and first-grader Riley Crough's "Matisse Goldfish" are on display. The students' art teacher at Lansdowne Elementary is Nicky Styer.
Gustavo Izaguirre's "String Art" and Tyleah Whitfield's "Subtractive Weaving School" are on display. The fifth-graders' art teacher at Riverview Elementary is Marion Underwood.
Sculpture by Zion MacAleese and Emily Chetelat are on display. Windy Spiridigliozzi is the juniors' art teacher at Catonsville High.
Junior Muswe Monga's "Bright Insight" and senior Ifeanyichukwu lyke-Azubogu's "For The Love Of Diamonds" is on display. Jesse Dortzbach and Alexandra Garove are their art teachers at Western Tech.