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SL students' art on display in summer/fall show

Wednesday, September 12, 2001

Outstanding two-dimensional art works by Storm Lake elementary, middle school, and high school students are on display at the Summer/Fall Central Art Show.

Elementary art includes watercolor/crayon works by second graders John Bral and Anna Wulfekuhler, watercolor/crayon works by third graders Acisha Castillo and Alexandra Khaoom, and tempera works by fourth graders Jordin Bauer, Rudy Reyes, and Tyler Zylstra.

Middle School art works include oil pastels by fifth graders Jordin Danielson, Jeffrey Kofmchl, Jose Ramos, and Whitney Robinson, watercolor and oil pastels by sixth graders Jeremy Boese and Nate Tucker, construction paper mosaics by seventh graders Matt Bowman, Nels Fymbo, Veronica Kurtz, Kim Thayer and Jason Schreier, printmaking works by eighth graders Trisha Halder, Mallory Munger, Tyler Overmohle, and Eric Sievers, and pencil portraits by nineth graders Alison Douglas and Andrea Mangold.

Storm Lake High School student works include oil pastels by Jairo Cortez (senior), Leah Hoffard (senior), Tyler Kirkholm (sophomore), and Somphane Rattanavong (senior). Other works are a reduction block print by Borvone Phakhougkam (sophomore), a pastel by Yer Her (junior), and a graphic design by Jenny Johnson (senior).

The artists, their families, the Storm Lake School Board and Administrators will attend an evening artist's recognition reception at the Central Administration building on September 19. The Summer/Fall Central Art Show can be viewed through November during regular business hours at the Central Administration Building 419 Lake Avenue in Storm Lake.



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