Young artists’ works entered in 3 shows


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The middle school artists are, from left, Graysen Dowden, Massie Romanowski, Cheyenne Hill, Adeline Robinson and Marah Reames.

The middle school artists are, from left, Graysen Dowden, Massie Romanowski, Cheyenne Hill, Adeline Robinson and Marah Reames.


Marah Reames Colored Pencil Tree House


Cheyenne Hill’s Color Theory Zentangle City


Massie Romanowski’s Colored Pencil Mandala


Graysen Dowden’s Greek/ Roman Column


Adeline Robinson’s Alter Ego Superhero


Five Indian Lake Middle School students are representing the school in three distinguished art shows across central Ohio this spring. Congratulations to our outstanding artists!

8th grader Cheyenne Hill’s Color Theory Zentangle City will be featured in the 2018 Ohio Art Education Association’s Young People’s Art Exhibition. The exhibition represents Ohio students in grades kindergarten through eighth and is on display at Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus from Feb. 17 through March 16. One hundred thirty pieces were selected for the juried show from the nine regions of the state that represent the Ohio Art Educators Association. OAEA works to promote the arts and recognizes quality student art through various events at the state and regional levels. There will be a reception for the artists, their families and teachers on March 3rd at the Rhodes Office Tower.

Indian Lake Middle School is also proud to announce that 7th grader Graysen Dowden’s Greek/ Roman Column was chosen to be exhibited in the 38th Annual Youth Art Month Art Exhibition sponsored by the Ohio Art Education Association. The exhibit represents One hundred thirty-five Ohio students in grades kindergarten through eighth and is on display at State Teacher’s Retirement Systems (STRS) building, from February 17th to March 16th. A reception will be held at the State Teacher’s Retirement Systems building on Saturday March 3rd.

Finally, three additional ILMS artists have had their art accepted into The 2018 Central Ohio Art Education Association’s Regional K-8 Art Exhibition in Columbus. 5th grader Adeline Robinson’s Alter Ego Superhero, 6th grader Massie Romanowski’s Colored Pencil Mandala and 7th grader Marah Reames Colored Pencil Tree House will be on display in the lower lobby of the Rhodes State Office Tower, 30 East Broad Street, in Columbus. The show consists of artwork from 71 student artists from 13 counties of Central Ohio. The art show runs from February 17th to March 16thduring normal business hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Families and friends are invited to attend the recognition ceremony at Rhodes State Office Tower on Saturday, March 3rd.

All art work was submitted by ILMS Art Educator Rebecca Dotson and all works of art were matted by Rick Fuller of Framing by Fuller.

The middle school artists are, from left, Graysen Dowden, Massie Romanowski, Cheyenne Hill, Adeline Robinson and Marah Reames.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/02/web1_GroupWeb.jpgThe middle school artists are, from left, Graysen Dowden, Massie Romanowski, Cheyenne Hill, Adeline Robinson and Marah Reames.

Marah Reames Colored Pencil Tree House
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/02/web1_MarahWeb.jpgMarah Reames Colored Pencil Tree House

Cheyenne Hill’s Color Theory Zentangle City
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/02/web1_CheyenneWeb.jpgCheyenne Hill’s Color Theory Zentangle City

Massie Romanowski’s Colored Pencil Mandala
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/02/web1_MassieWeb.jpgMassie Romanowski’s Colored Pencil Mandala

Graysen Dowden’s Greek/ Roman Column
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/02/web1_GraysenWeb.jpgGraysen Dowden’s Greek/ Roman Column

Adeline Robinson’s Alter Ego Superhero
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/02/web1_RobinsonWeb.jpgAdeline Robinson’s Alter Ego Superhero

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Submitted by the Indian Lake school district.

Submitted by the Indian Lake school district.