MHS artwork submitted for Youth Art Month exhibition

Saturday, February 10, 2018
MHS art student Alisca Moua created this ceramic whale teapot which will be submitted for Youth Art Month in Jefferson City. Contributed photo

8 students create striking works for Jefferson City show

Members of Olyvia Behnke's art classes at Monett High School created a wide range of pieces, from ceramic teapots to paintings, that will be submitted for exhibition for the Youth Art Month Capital Exhibit in Jefferson City.

"We re so proud of them," Behnke said.

MHS art student Amy Tsai created this ceramic squirrel teapot which pours tea from its hands. Contributed photo

This following students created standout pieces for submission:

Brianna Murphy: Mixed Media Portrait

Amy Tsai: Ceramic Disguised Chipmunk Teapot

MHS art student Brianna Murphy made this mixed media portrait which is being submitted for exhibit at the state capitol. Contributed photo

Alisa Moua: Ceramic Disguised Whale Teapot

Veronica Clark: Graphite Drawing of Niece

David Ortega: Graphite Drawing of Eye

Erick Diaz-Lozano: Clay Teapot

Yasmin Serrano: Watercolor Portrait of Magali

Susana Contreras: Ceramic Dog Sculpture