City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students

Tuesday, February 11, 2020
A girl and butterfly, painted by a 12th grade student

I may see painting displays on the wall of my city library. Librarians replace paintings of gallery regularly based on:
- classic painting
- popular collections
- style of paintings
- artist ages (students)
- amateur or professional artists
- themes such as addiction, farming society or city developments

When I came to library recently, I saw paintings of students, from kindergarten to high school.


Self portrait, painted by a high school student

There are almost 100 paintings of students, hanged on the library entrance wall, then I chose three of them for this post only.

It is because I think that the paintings are “excellent” compared to their peers. The paintings were created by 12th grade students from different high school a cross our city.


A dog, painted by student of 12th grade

Might be the same with other cities in America, our city school system provides a program for recognized talented students in the filed of visual arts, theater and music.

Specific classes are provided to these talented students in order to:
- develop skill
- increase knowledge
- grow as professional artists
- give an opportunity to show their arts to public

I believe the program for the talented students have excellent results. 


Have your cities or countries with similar program? 

33 comments:

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      A girl and butterfly, painted by a 12th grade student

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      I may see painting displays on the wall of my city library. Librarians replace paintings of gallery regularly based on:
      - classic painting
      - popular collections
      - style of paintings
      - artist ages (students)
      - amateur or professional artists
      - themes such as addiction, farming society or city developments

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      When I came to library recently, I saw paintings of students, from kindergarten to high school.

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  4. Great work by these kids! I don't know of a similar program where I live.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      Self portrait, painted by high school students

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      There are almost 100 paintings of students, hanged on the library entrance wall, then I chose three of them for this post only.

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  6. These are amazing! What young talents! I have only been to our local library once since I download books to my Kindle. Now I wonder if they have a great program like this. Encouraging and supporting children with the arts is so important. It becomes a healthy escape for many in adulthood.

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    1. Yes, indeed...agree with you.

      Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      It is because I think that the paintings are “excellent” compared to their peers. The paintings were created by 12th grade students from different high school a cross our city.

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  7. I must admit that I have no idea if there is such a program in my country - but these paintings are beautiful 😍
    Regards
    Lili

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    1. I see....

      Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      A dog, painted by student of 12th grade

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
      -
      Might be the same with other cities in America, our city school system provides a program for recognized talented students in the filed of visual arts, theater and music.

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  9. You certainly have some great paintings exhibited. We have several libraries here that show case kids artwork. I think it is so wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. I believe many libraries have this kind of programs like in your libraries

      Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
      -
      Specific classes are provided to these talented students in order to:
      - develop skill
      - increase knowledge
      - grow as professional artists
      - give an opportunity to show their arts to public

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  10. My library doesn't do that--I think you'd have to go to the school library :(

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    1. I see...

      Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
      -
      I believe the program for the talented students have excellent results.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      Have your cities or countries with similar program?

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      A girl and butterfly, painted by a 12th grade student

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  13. Beautiful paintings, especially the second.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      I may see painting displays on the wall of my city library. Librarians replace paintings of gallery regularly based on:
      - classic painting
      - popular collections
      - style of paintings
      - artist ages (students)
      - amateur or professional artists
      - themes such as addiction, farming society or city developments

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      When I came to library recently, I saw paintings of students, from kindergarten to high school.

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  15. We can develop talents of children and young people only in extra classes. But the possibilities are many.

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      Self portrait, painted by a high school student

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  16. Great artwork! Very talented students!

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      City Library Paintings Gallery from Grade 12 Students
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      There are almost 100 paintings of students, hanged on the library entrance wall, then I chose three of them for this post only.

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  17. That's nice that your city library supports the artists and lets them put up their paintings. That first one reminded me of myself, spending time in nature and loving the birds and butterflies. : )

    I hope February is being good to you.

    ~Sheri

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