JAY — Local schools are honored to present artwork made by talented young artists in our communities. Youth Art Month is also an opportunity to highlight the art educators in our schools and the importance of and access to quality art programs. Art educators help to inspire and empower young artists, creating avenues for young artists to express their creativity, find their voice, and cultivate communication skills.

Here are some creative masks fashioned by eighth graders at Spruce Mountain Middle School.

Mask created by Willa Johnson. Submitted photo

Summit Woodcock’s mask of a horse. Submitted photo

Created by Mattea Reichenbach. Submitted photo

Lily Bellerose’s butterfly mask. submitted photo

A detailed sunflower by Isabella Crenshaw. Submitted photo

Mask by Elyssa Yanelli. Submitted photo

Aisla Armandi’s mouse mask. Courtesy photo


Linda Lake’s creative mask. Submitted photo

Stunning mask created by Huck Dube. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Mask created by Zoe Rice, eighth grade student at SMMS SUBMITTED PHOTO

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