Last week, the visual arts class at Riverdale Neighborhood House, taught by Miguel Cossio, hosted an exhibition of their work. The exhibit showcased works many mediums, including watercolor, acrylic paint, clay and wire sculpture, and monoprint. Attention to lighting and shadow, three-dimensionality, and color relationships were evident in the students work, and it was clear that these budding artists really put their all into these pieces! Each student took a turn talking about their work to the audience, and reflecting on what it was like to experiment with new mediums and techniques. Here are a few highlights from the exhibit. As always, check out our Flickr page for more photos from our programs!