Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students presented their artwork in the Kozel Family Amphitheater during their Art Under the Banyan exhibition.
Pre-kindergarteners and kindergarteners were proud to share their artwork with parents and friends during their recent exhibition. The art included creations of the texture of autumn shapes, learning how lines show movement by creating spaceships and windsocks, and using brightly colored construction paper to build elaborate three-dimensional “playgrounds.” There were patterned fish paintings, colorfully glazed ceramic pinch pots, penguins, and owls, a playful garden of color-mixed flowers, and funky robots made during a unit about shapes. During the exhibition, Dr. Vasilaki and her students played lovely music on their string instruments from the steps of the Dining Hall while parents admired their students’ artwork. It was a beautiful morning to enjoy the talented visual and performing artists on the Lower School campus. View the student artwork from Art Under the Banyan.