Art show held April 14 for students of Dallas, Wycallis elementary schools


Staff reports



Maddison Robbins, 10, and her brother Bobby, 7, of Dallas, pose behind a fun frame during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.


Volunteer Rachel Lure writes out payment info for art work of 6-year-old Savannah Remus of Dallas during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.


Crystal Seidel of Dallas stands by her son Kevin, 6, as he smiles next to his art work during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.


From left, Dominic Nelson, 10, Jonathan Bilwin, 10, and Karlie Holena, 11, all of Dallas, show off their framed art during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.


Amelia Priebe, 10, of Shavertown looks at student artwork during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.


Will Linnen, 3, of Dallas looks at a framed photo of his hands signing the letters of his name during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.


Samantha Alaimo, 10, of Dallas stands next to her art work titled ‘Sunset City Prints’ during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.


Kenley Ripka, 7, of Dallas poses as a cat behind a posterboard cutout ‘fun frame’ during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.


Staff reports

Maddison Robbins, 10, and her brother Bobby, 7, of Dallas, pose behind a fun frame during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TDP042416artsahow-4.jpgMaddison Robbins, 10, and her brother Bobby, 7, of Dallas, pose behind a fun frame during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.

Volunteer Rachel Lure writes out payment info for art work of 6-year-old Savannah Remus of Dallas during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TDP042416artshow-1.jpgVolunteer Rachel Lure writes out payment info for art work of 6-year-old Savannah Remus of Dallas during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.

Crystal Seidel of Dallas stands by her son Kevin, 6, as he smiles next to his art work during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TDP042416artshow-2.jpgCrystal Seidel of Dallas stands by her son Kevin, 6, as he smiles next to his art work during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.

From left, Dominic Nelson, 10, Jonathan Bilwin, 10, and Karlie Holena, 11, all of Dallas, show off their framed art during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TDP042416artshow-3.jpgFrom left, Dominic Nelson, 10, Jonathan Bilwin, 10, and Karlie Holena, 11, all of Dallas, show off their framed art during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.

Amelia Priebe, 10, of Shavertown looks at student artwork during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TDP042416artshow-6.jpgAmelia Priebe, 10, of Shavertown looks at student artwork during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.

Will Linnen, 3, of Dallas looks at a framed photo of his hands signing the letters of his name during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TDP042416artshow-7.jpgWill Linnen, 3, of Dallas looks at a framed photo of his hands signing the letters of his name during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.

Samantha Alaimo, 10, of Dallas stands next to her art work titled ‘Sunset City Prints’ during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TDO042416artshow-5.jpgSamantha Alaimo, 10, of Dallas stands next to her art work titled ‘Sunset City Prints’ during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.

Kenley Ripka, 7, of Dallas poses as a cat behind a posterboard cutout ‘fun frame’ during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_TDP042416artshow-8.jpgKenley Ripka, 7, of Dallas poses as a cat behind a posterboard cutout ‘fun frame’ during the combined Dallas and Wycallis Elementary School Student Art Show on April 14.

DALLAS TWP. — An art show featuring the works of Dallas School District elementary students was held at the Wycallis Elementary School gym on Thursday, April 14.

Students from Dallas and Wycallis elemetnary schools had their framed works on display and available for sale. A portion of the art sales will benefit both schools.

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