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Elementary students displaying artwork

Kindergartner Kian Miller shows off his painting of a teddy bear at a picnic. Miller’s painting and others like it will be on display during the Fairfield Community School’s Elementary Art Show from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Pence Elementary School. Admission if free.
Kindergartner Kian Miller shows off his painting of a teddy bear at a picnic. Miller’s painting and others like it will be on display during the Fairfield Community School’s Elementary Art Show from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Pence Elementary School. Admission if free.

The annual Fairfield Community School Elementary Art Show will be noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Pence Elementary School.

Admission is free and everyone is invited to attend.

The show will feature a hallway of “Teddy Bears’ Picnic” by the kindergartners, complete with animals in crayon and watercolor paints.

First-graders have created animals and monster sculptures, paintings, and drawings.

Second-graders have a display that will take you to Mr. Monet’s garden in France, and also will have storyteller dolls made from clay, a Pueblo Indian tradition.

The third- and fourth-graders will display their self-portraits, and fourth-graders have competed three-dimension houses, masks and tiny real canvas paintings.

The show also will feature many fun photo opportunities with cutouts of famous paintings to look through.

“Come ready to take some unique photos,” invited Debbie Finney, the Fairfield Community School District elementary art instructor.