The Great Frame Up of Whitefish Bay hosted an art show featuring the work of 30 first-through fourth-grade students from St. Monica School Sunday afternoon.
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Enjoy Valentine's Day artwork and poems submitted from Cumberland and Richards schools.
For adults, Valentine's Day means roses, chocolates and fancy dinners – but what does it mean to your children? Students from Richards School and Cumberland School expressed their feelings about love through artwork and poems, and their art teachers submitted their work to Patch to share with the community. At Richards School, 1st grade students created mirror monoprints of hearts, 3rd grade students made copper foil hearts and 4th grade students made shrink art hearts. Cumberland School students created a Valentine's Day artwork grid based on the work of artist Chuck Close, as well as other art projects. The kids were also asked to write a poem in response to a question that mankind has pondered for centuries: "What Is Love?" Here are …