Sunday, April 30, 2006

Deep Run East Pre-School Art Show, No. 1

Today, my home church hosted the Deep Run East Preschool Art Show in the Fellowship Hall. During the morning worship service, the preschool students sang several songs followed by a video highlighting the preschool year. After the service, the art exhibit was opened up to the preschool families and after Sunday School to everybody. The students, staff, and volunteers did an excellent job in making a delightful art show. Below are five pictures of the various art projects with possibly more to follow here later in the week.






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10 comments:

Claire said...

Oh my goodness. The duck and turtle pond is too cute. I love it. :)

andrea said...

Yep, the turtle pond steals the show. So cute!
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Bobby said...

I love it when churches encourage people, especially kids, in the arts.

Tai said...

Love kids art work...it's so free.

Trailady said...

These are very interesting!! I like the little pond. Art is SO important to daily life and to the nurturing of the soul- yet it is often neglected. I am happy to see your church encouraged this. :o)

Cergie said...

I do find very nice the way you've present your pictures: two small ones as a frame for the others taller. It's like a painting. You're also an artist.

Minka said...

I am for the turtle pond as well. Don´t you just love the things little hands can create?

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, claire. As evidenced by the comments following yours, the turtle pond does indeed seem to be a favorite.

Thanks, andrea. I'm glad you like the turtle pond.

Thanks, bobby. I agree. God made us to experience and enjoy His world in so many different ways.

Hi, tai. You're right. Little kids like these haven't yet learned the inhibitions that we adults have.

Thanks, trailady. And I like how you note the importance of art in nurturing our souls.

Thanks, cergie. I did deliberately arrange the pictures that way. Glad you found it artistically pleasing.

Hi, minka. It is fun to watch what little hands can do.

consise10 said...

It's wonderful what innocent minds produce.

Tim Rice said...

Isn't it though, consise10? Thanks for coming by.