Art Show Today At NP3 Campus

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Update: The second bi-annual art exhibit at Natomas Pacific Pathways High School proved to be a success.

More than five dozen attendees turned out to support the creative works of this semester’s Art 1 students. The graphite compositions were a favorite and impressed family and friends of all the participants.

“The students blew away my expectations, creating amazing, unique works of art,” said Heather Higgins, the school’s visual and performing art teacher. “All the visitors raved about their talent.”

The spring term art classes at Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep High School will host a second bi-annual Art Exhibition 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. today, May 10.

All art pieces will be showcased in the hallways of the front office at the NP3 campus.

This semester, the enrolled Art 1 students have studied several artists, including Monet, Pablo Picasso and Leonardo da Vinci. Students have created their compositions using charcoal and graphite, paint, and other mediums.

“It would be a delight for the Natomas Community to come and appreciate the amazing talent that the NP3 High School Students have had this term,” says Heather Higgins, NP3’s art teacher.

Refreshments by the French Club will also be available to purchase.

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