Norwalk Public Schools Citywide Art Show

Norwalk Public Schools Citywide Art Show
Posted on 05/18/2018
2018 Art Show

The NPS City-Wide Art Show kicked off earlier this week with community members, students, teachers and NPS representatives enjoying artwork created in oil pastels, photography, ink, chalk and more. Students from grade levels across the district crafted pieces from the heart, showing a true passion for telling a story through art work.

While choosing from so many wonderful pieces was a difficult task, we thank the panel of art professionals: Danielle Vinci, Danielle Calloway Robinson, Meg Alcock Prezzano, Melissa Slattery and Georgette Wirth, for helping to select the pieces that will be exhibited in the Ralph Sloane Gallery. For the past 26 years, pieces from the show have been framed to become part of the permanent collection located on the third floor of Norwalk City Hall.

Congrats to all of the talented NPS artists!

2018 Art Show Winners

Jordan Santana, Kindergarten , “Inspired Mondrian”, Tempera & oil pastel, Silvermine Elementary School, Teacher Heather Wood

Sarah Gray, Grade 12, “Save the Bees”, Digital photograph, Brien McMahon High School, Teacher William Pierce

Jake Timchak, Grade 11, “The Peruvian Girl”, Photograph, Norwalk High School, Teacher Lauren Delong

Annika Amann, Grade 7, “Impressionist Trees”, Oil pastel, West Rocks Middle Schools, Teacher Melissa Fusarelli

Taylor Morton, Grade 12, “Two Trees”, Pen & ink, Brien McMahon High School, Teacher William Pierce

Ysabel Cleofe & Lexie Spergle, Grade 2, “2 for 1”, Mixed media with pastel crayon, Naramake Elementary School. Teacher Lisa Martinelli

Peter Pytel, Grade 3, “The Kopan Tree”, Chalk pastel marker & Indian ink, Tracey Elementary School, Teacher Rhonda Siletto