Budding young artists

Erin Neofytou (Grade R) proudly presents one of her works. Photo: Nirvana Rogers

King David Pre-primary Victory Park’s parents, siblings and grandparents had a chance to experience their little ones’ school art.

The school held an art exhibition to share their art with those who often don’t get to see it.

King David’s marketing manager, Nirvana Rogers, said their little artists have been enjoying all sorts of art experiences in their classes throughout the year.

As a result, Lynda Romain from the school believes children learn the best through play and exploration so she decided to curate the exhibition.

Where possible, each learner had at least three to four pieces of art on display with their names clearly printed on their work.

“Space is certainly an issue so trying to do this attractively was no small piece of effort,” Rogers said.

Teacher intern, Kaylee Oddess, took on the challenge and made sure all pieces were beautifully presented as in a gallery.

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