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7-12 Art Showcase

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Wells River, VT – Blue Mountain hosts a 7-12 art showcase on Wednesday, May 15th. The showcase presented student work they made during their art class. Jennifer Dube is Blue Mountain’s 7-12 grade art teacher. Dube says,  “Students from grades 7 to 12 showcased their independent and class artwork during the concert.” Each class explored a distinct theme: studio Art created papier-mâché statues, watercolor and the painting class worked on brush strokes and shading,  8th graders created dragon eyes, while 7th graders sculpted captivating artwork using tin foil. Dube also tells us about an upcoming first through sixth-grade art show on May 23rd. Dube days that her classes have been working on “some pieces that first grade has been working on are drawing pictures of monsters and giving them to highschoolers for them to bring to life with clay, third grade made Van Gogh flowers, fifth grade made greek pottery. That’s just a few of the pieces that my students have been working hard on.”

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Madisyn Christy
Madisyn Christy, BNN Staff
Madisyn Christy is a junior at Blue Mountain. This is her first year working for BNN. She enjoys animals and is training to become a vet tech at Newbury Vet Clinic. Madisyn enjoys spending time with people that are important to her. Madisyn alone funds the local Dunkin Donuts and never manages to get to school on time. You will probably hear Madisyn complaining about various things because she is incredibly good at that. Ask her soccer coach he will tell you all about it. 

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