After eight weeks of classes, Art Workshop and Young at Art artists showcased their work at St. Joseph the Protector’s Jenkintown campus on Sunday, November 15. Over a hundred parish members, friends, and family were treated to a variety of works in the show “Celebrating 150 Years of Immaculate Conception.”

Tooled metal, inked images on old photographs, colored pencil studies, and coffee on watercolor paper were just some of the mediums featured in the show.

Along with these works, the students created an eight foot by six foot two-panel canvas mural, depicting images from Immaculate Conception’s church. The work was designed by two former Art Workshop students, Sarah Depman and Aine Playdon, who also participated in the painting process.

Look for a slideshow of the work in the next few days!

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