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Library to host student art exhibit

The Peabody Township Library is displaying the artwork of Peabody-Burns High School students.

On display are “Fear and Loathing,” an oil painting by Karl Smith; “Gas Mask Gear,” an acrylic painting and “Face,” a value drawing by Xxavier Tincher; “Tree,” an acrylic painting by Tori Schroeder; “Box Boy,” a colored pencil drawing by Jessica Sayers; “Deer,” a value drawing by Kaden Gibson; “Dog,” a value drawing by Jon Sutton; “Zebra and Giraffe,” a value drawing by Christa Elliott; and “Diver in Water,” a value drawing by Wiebke Wiese.

Peabody-Burns art instructor, Kerry Czarnowsky set up the display of student work, which will be on display until Tuesday. The exhibit is in the Anne Potter room.

The library is open from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays for the convenience of people who cannot get to the library during the week.

Last modified Nov. 9, 2011