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"Winged Wonders" on Display at the Great Parks!

Posted on: April 1, 2019 9:00 am
Picture of bird looking at a fox

Congratulations to Mr. Groh's and Ms. Schorsch's Studio Art AP: 2D Design, Drawing, and Photography students' whose work was selected for exhibition as a part of the “Art in Root” program designed by the Great Parks of Hamilton County.

The Great Parks’ mission is not just preserving nature and providing education for future generations; it’s also committed to supporting the arts. “Art in Root” is a three-step program designed to create connections between high school students and nature through art. This program features a combination of a field trip to a park, an in-class visit and an art exhibition to immerse students in nature and translate their experiences into fine art.

This year, artists worked with the theme of “Winged Wonders” and created artwork based on things with wings (birds, bats, insects, butterflies, etc.). The works from the following students were selected for the exhibition at the Woodland Mound Seasongood Nature Center:

Kaley Amlin
Mariah Geiger
Brooklyn Hart
Alyssa McRoberts
Cailee Plunkett
Madeline Schwoeppe (with 2 selected entries!)
Destanie Sexton

The Exhibition will be on display from March 30th-April 7th and can be viewed during the open hours of

11 am until 5 pm.  The opening reception will Sunday, March 31 at 2 pm and ribbons, based upon the jurors' selections of exceptional works, will be awarded at that time. Many of the students' artworks are also for sale!

Visit to view the selected works!