Jamestown elementary students' art on exhibit
Students of teachers Jan Kraus and Stephanie Pamula have had their artwork chosen to represent Melrose school to be displayed at the Newport Art Museum Coleman Center for Youth Art Month.
Youth Art Month is sponsored and organized by the Rhode Island Art Educator's Association.
Representing Jamestown are: Ellissa Barclay de Tolley, personality mask; Benjamin Stewart, skeleton figure; Melissa Bershad, skeleton figure; John Chamberlain, Native American Kachina figure; Natalie Toland, Native American illustration; Maggie Ryng, lizard in pattern collage; Noah Simmons, leaves in oil pastel; Isaac Spivak, Inuit sculpture; Julia Foley, quilt design; and Michaela Colognese, starry night.
Also representing Jamestown are Sophie Perotti and Nathan Lambert, self portraits; Donovan Dougherty and Danny Bailey, wire sculptures; Kellie Brown and Chandler Neale, personal cup; and Cory Rosa and Madelaine Crabtree, musical responses.
The student artwork will be on display at the Coleman Center, 76 Bellevue Ave. in Newport through March 30 on Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Coleman Center will be closed on March 11.