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EDISON–Susan Howard of North Plainfield, art teacher at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School, discusses the work of third grade students Leila Hernandez-Webster and Nicolas Hernandez-Webster with parents Andrew Webster, Head of School, and Aurea Hernandez-Webster at the Lower School Art Show on Friday, May 11. Mrs. Howard matted and hung more than 450 pieces of artwork and displayed ceramic sculptures created by the prekindergarten through fifth grade students. Parents, grandparents and friends visited the art room and were treated to a colorful display of fine artwork. The hall and the library also were filled with art. Pastel animals created by the fourth grade, self-portraits by the fifth grade, samplers by the third grade, Chinese calligraphy collages from the second grade, monsters from the first grade, and paintings of all types from our youngest children represented just some of the artwork included in the show. (Photo by Rudy Brandl of Fanwood / Wardlaw-Hartridge School)


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