Last Thursday evening, the works of Auburn High’s first trimester art students were on display for public viewing. AHS art teacher Amanda Halsdorff put the show together so the community could see the quality of the work produced. This is a regular event at the end of each trimester as students are being graded on their art.
In addition to viewing the diverse body of work, visitors could watch Sophomore Anisa Sherzai paint with acrylics on canvas. Anisa hopes to one day attend Mass College of Art and Design in Boston where she would like to study illustration and animation.
Other artists were present to talk about their work including senior Samantha Albanese who had several pieces on display. Mediums included painting, ceramics, photography, sculpture, and even a painted tailgate from a pick-up truck. There seems to be no limit to the creativity of Auburn students.
Two future shows will be held on March 4th and May 8th.