The annual Livingston Art Show, held this year on April 12, was a rousing success as young artists and an enthusiastic crowd of art lovers (parents, siblings, grandparents, and teacher) flocked to Baltimore’s newest art gallery: the halls of Livingston. Patrons of the arts toured the “galleries,” snapping photos and admiring the creative visions of each Pre-First through Fifth Grade artist and the depth of the visual arts program by Lower Division Art teacher Stephanie Inkyung Moon.
For the next few weeks, the building's walls and shelves are filled with displays of vibrant collages, captivating ceramic sculptures, teacher portraits crafted with paper cut-outs, self-portrait superhero sculptures, and much more.
"Stephanie and the girls in her art classes have done an incredible job," notes Zibby Andrews, Head of the Lower Division. "The artwork is beautiful, and it's displayed in a way that truly honors the efforts of the students. Thank you to Stephanie for her inspiration and all her hard work--and, of course, to our young artists!"