The fruit of their field trips

-- Contributed

Before the end of the 2021-22 school year, the Jefferson County Christian School’s high school art class members completed their annual Stifel Fine Arts Center field trips. The outing, which consisted of the class attending the Stifel Fine Arts Center Clay studio in Wheeling, was in two parts — a wheel-clay throwing on the first trip, and a second glazing session held two weeks later after the clay dried and had been fired. Displaying some of the finished works from the trip, are, front row, from left, Airees Murtland, grade 10; Madison Kelley, grade 10; Ally Shell, grade nine; and Rebecca Downs, grade 12; and back, Elizabeth Meneely, grade 10; Collette Downs, grade 11; Bryce Lancaster, grade 10; and Jacob Burdick, grade 10. Also attending were Chase Hervey, grade 12, and Savanna Korbel, grade 11. Rick Morgan, director of the Stifel Center, was the Stifel Fine Art clay instructor for the sessions.


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