The fourth and fifth grade Sevastopol Elementary School art classes are displaying their latest works at Glas, the green coffeehouse in Sturgeon Bay during the month of February.
A total of 82 students will have a piece of artwork hanging at Glas. The fourth grade class will have work from their snowman enlargement unit displayed.
“The students had a lot of fun while learning painting techniques,” says teacher Chris Aufdermauer. “Their work turned out great and really celebrates winter.”
The fifth grade class will have still life drawings on display. Students drew a variety of desserts, accompanied by coffee and hot chocolate, while learning about using oil pastels.
“All of the students absolutely love having their work on display,” says Aufdermauer. “It motivates students to do their best and they are very proud to show their artwork to others.”
Glas reserves one month each year to display student artwork as a way to inspire the next generation of artists. The artwork will be on display until February 28.
Glas, The Green Coffeehouse is located at 67 East Maple St. in Sturgeon Bay – phone: 920.743.5575.