The 7th annual St. Raymond Parish Art Show was held on Sunday, March 26
St. Raymond Parish Art Show A Visual Feast
Kindergartner Hayden LaSalle-Roper showed off her floral art and awesome tiger face paint.
St. Raymond students’ artistic side was on full display at their parish’s annual art show.
For the seventh year in a row, St. Raymond Elementary, St. Raymond Academy for Girls and St. Raymond High School for Boys students showcased their awe-inspiring artwork on Sunday, March 26.
The visual feast featured more than 1,000 pieces made in various media including pencil, pen and ink, painting and sculpture; a Sketch Center face painting; cupcake decorating and refreshments.
Nelly Danaz was an artist in action.
(front, l-r) Seventh graders Jenna Hernandez, Isabella Alvarez, Kaitlin Sattaur and art teacher Geri Baron (back, r) showcased some vibrant geometeric designs and colorful masks.
(l-r) Art teachers Shamin Aderle, Ed Mouzon, Stacy Cameron and Geri Baron celebrated their student’s creativity and talent.
Adam Rosado (r) proudly displayed his sketch of Pokémon’s Lucario with support from his friend, Sebastian Alexander (l).
Seventh grader Katie Caminito was proud of her Peace Symbol Foil art.
Pre-K student John-Luc Isaac and Mariana Morales admired a ‘Spongebob Squarepants’ drawing.
Updated 5:09 pm, July 9, 2018
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