Churchville-Chili students featured in regional art exhibit

COURTESY OF CHURCHVILLE-CHILI CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Churchville-Chili Middle School artist Annabelle Houlihan with “Watercolor Landscape.”

Young artists in the Churchville-Chili Central School District have their work on display in the 2021 New York State Art Teachers Association Region 2 Student Art Exhibit. 

Churchville Elementary School artist Mya Downey with “Tropical Landscape.”

Eighth graders Annabelle Houlihan and Jessica Sushko, students in art teacher Anne Clancy’s Advanced Studio in Art, are representing Churchville-Chili Middle School. Second grader Mya Downey and fourth grader Emma Ferrari, also students of Clancy, are representing Churchville Elementary School. 

Representing Chestnut Ridge Elementary School and art teacher Ariana D’Angelo are fourth grader Athena Capuano, second graders Surina Kohli and Lucas Lopez, and third grader Julia Long. Second graders Trevin Emerson, Naomi Iang, Addy Lapp and Katiya Miller represent Fairbanks Road Elementary School and art teacher Gretchen Foehner. 

Chestnut Ridge Elementary student Lucas Lopez with his colorful artwork.

The invitational exhibit features artists selected by their teachers. Visit facebook.com/nysataregion2 to view the exhibit.

Art by Fairbanks Road Elementary School second-grader Trevin Emerson.