Montessori students show off their artistic talents
Students from Rockingham Montessori School celebrated the end of term with a public exhibition at the Gary Holland Centre, showcasing student talent.
The whole school was involved in the project, with works ranging from woodwork to paintings, earlier this month.
Rockingham Montessori School program co-ordinator Asti Jorgensen said it was the school’s first public art exhibition.
“It’s a great opportunity to showcase student work from throughout the year,” Ms Jorgensen said. “Each student is unique and by displaying the artwork, parents and the public were able to see the unique talents of the students.”
Student Samuel Riedel created a piece which involved string art and wood. “I had a lot of fun,” he said. The exhibition ran from December 5-12.