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PHS senior's art part of exhibit

Gabby Click, a senior painting student at Perrysburg High School, will have her watercolor painting displayed as part of the juried exhibit, “Artists 4 Animals," a benefit for Bowling Green Art Council and the Wood County Humane Society. Gabby's painting came in 2nd place out of the 9-12 grade category.


Mommy & Me Enchanted Tea

Maisyn Keesee, of Oregon, enjoys the Mommy & Me Enchanted Tea Party at the Hilton Garden Inn at Levis Common on Saturday, March 29, 2014.


Kelly Burichin, YAM Flag & Graphic Design chairperson, left,  presents Maria Basista, center, with her awards as Notre Dame Academy art teacher Susan Kozel looks on.

Maria Basista wins flag design competition

Notre Dame Academy freshman Maria Basista of Perrysburg won the Youth Art Month Flag Graphic Design Competition and accepted her award in Columbus on March 15. Her art work will be made into posters and post cards and used to promote Art Advocacy for Ohio. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.


Maura Meyers’ 8th grade students who are participating in the show: Top Row: Mady Oney, Zach Rudolph, Sam Hood; Bottom Row: Claire Chapman, Jess Daly, Leah Kazmaier; Not Pictured: Jillian Craig, Nicolas Aleman

Perrysburg Schools host art exhibit

Perrysburg Schools is honored to host the Northwest Ohio Art Education Association’s 35th Annual Youth Art Month Exhibition through April 16 at its Board Offices.


Top Row: Emma Pantenburg, Ashlynn Brown, and Allie Michel; Middle Row: Kaylie Brown, Hailey Hess, and Jess Bragg; Bottom Row: Sam Hood, Maddie Mitchell, Courtney McCorkle,and Hailey Hess; Not Pictured: Cameryn Ruby, Nicole Langenderfer

Student art at My Daily Grind

Twelve Perrysburg 8th grade students in Maura Meyers’ class will be showing artwork at My Daily Grind coffee shop in Perrysburg, 120 Louisiana Ave., March 1 through 24. There will be an “Art Opening” on Saturday, March 1 from 1 to 3 p.m. The students are showcasing watercolor landscape projects, which was their final project for a semester-long course.