Jamestown High School students' artwork on display at Unison Bank
A variety of their artwork is on display as the Unison artist of the month.
Unison Bank announced that Jamestown High School art classes are the featured artist for May.
The classes have displayed a variety of artwork within the lobby of Unison Bank in Jamestown. A few unique pieces that the group has worked on to display include painted ceiling tiles as part of a senior class art project, various artwork from the Art 2 class and pencil portraits by the Art 1 class.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to display some of the artwork from our students at JHS. We have many talented students who have a passion for making art,” said Michael Dietz, JHS art instructor and department chair. Dietz instructs Art 1-4 and AP Studio Art, which offers dual credit for high school and college.
JHS students who have their work displayed at the bank include Katie Schmitz, CaSara Messner, McKenna Jackson, Hannah Murchie, Claire Frohlich, Taylor Williamson, Chloe Stahlecker, Kaden DeGroot, Alyssa Hertz and Olivia Sorlie.
“We’re honored to allow local artists the opportunity to display their unique talents,” said Kelly Rachel, president and CEO. “Our doors are open, and we invite the community to stop by and see what these artists have to offer.”
Each month, Unison Bank features local artists, photographers, quilters and creators and their products or services. Since 2013, it has featured 87 artisans.
To learn more about how to purchase a painting or about the Unison Bank Artist of the Month program, contact the bank at 253-5600.