High school art showcased online

Posted 4/29/21

From incredibly detailed noodle sculptures that resemble metal work, to the wildly inventive models of micro-cities, the students definitely put their creativity and imagination to work.

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High school art showcased online

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LABELLE- LaBelle High School art teachers, Danny Barney and Miriam Carballo, and their students have created some beautiful art this year. From incredibly detailed noodle sculptures that resemble metal work, to the wildly inventive models of micro-cities, the students definitely put their creativity and imagination to work.

The Spring Arts Festival is an event the community looks forward to, as it showcases art from students from all over LaBelle. However, the annual Spring Arts Festival was again cancelled, in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Due to the cancellation of the 2021 Spring Arts Festival, LaBelle High School's Art Department invites you to view a digital version of the students' hard work. To view the student art, visit this link: 

https://www.hendry-schools.org/cms/lib/FL01903259/Centricity/Domain/8/20210422083954943.pdf

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