CHS art students showcased at Canfield library

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.Several pieces of Canfield High School art students’ work were on display at the Canfield library through a partnership with the school and the library on Oct. 19.

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.A Canfield High School student’s piece of art was displayed at the Canfield library through a partnership with the school and the library on Oct. 19.

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Neighbors | Abby Slanker.The Canfield library hosted an art show of more than 100 pieces of Canfield High School art students’ pieces from Oct. 19-22.

By ABBY SLANKER

neighbors@vindy.com

The Canfield High School Art Department and art students have partnered once again with the Canfield library to host an art show in October to showcase the students’ work. The show opened on Oct. 19, with a opening night reception at the library. The artwork was on display during library hours from Oct. 19-22.

Approximately 100 pieces of art, in a variety of mediums, were on display and were pulled from several students who showed their work at the Canfield High School Art Show in the spring.

The show was organized by Kate Antal and Kevin Hoopes, CHS art teachers, in conjunction with Linda Kucalaba, Canfield library supervisor.

“The art students do such a wonderful job. They are so talented and we are very fortunate here at the library that they are willing to share a sampling of their art with us and the community. This is a great opportunity for the community to come view the incredible talents of the high school art students,” Kucalaba said.

According to Kucalaba, a second art show is scheduled for February.

“We have scheduled a second art show for February. This is a great partnership and it enables us to showcase the students’ art. We also applaud the art teachers who bring out the talent in their students,” Kucalaba said.

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