Lyndonville High School Art Exhibit at Genesee's Medina Campus Center

Multimedia Show Opens with Artists Reception on November 13
The new Medina Campus Center is offering another event for area art enthusiasts as Lyndonville L.A. Webber Middle - High School students exhibit their artwork at the Center located at 11470 Maple Ridge Road in Medina. The exhibit kicks-off on Thursday, November 13, with an artists’ Opening Reception from 6:30–7:30 PM, and will be on display throughout the month of November. The reception is free and open to the public.

Douglas Michalak, art instructor at Lyndonville High School, stated that the exhibit will feature a dynamic variety of creative work in different media including drawing, painting, and studio art with students in grades 8 through 12 using oil paints, pastels, charcoal, water color, and markers.

“We are very excited to have Lyndonville’s art exhibit on display, especially since our three-part drawing series with DiDi Martin starts this month, as well,” Jim Simon, associate dean of the Medina Campus Center said. “The Medina Campus Center hopes to continue to foster positive relationships and opportunities for Orleans County residents.”

For further information, call the Medina Campus Center at 585-798-1688.

Photographs of Lyndonville students exhibiting their work is available at the following Internet addresses:
The students in the group shot from the bottom, left to right are: Constance LaBerth, Miranda Feller, Amanda Cotter, Leylah Huzair (an exchange student from the Netherlands), Sarah Blount, Felix Leenhouts, Eleonora Mora, and Mercedes Harper.