Henning students create sculptures
Henning art students got their hands dirty last week -- by shaping clay with renowned artist Aldo Moroni. Each art student at Henning had the opportunity to create a sculpture as part of Moroni's visit, which was made possible by the Artist in Residency program at the Landmark Center. The program was funded by the Phelps Mills Country Board.
The sculptures the students created will be part of a large exhibit being unveiled at the Landmark Center in May.
The Landmark Center hosted a reception on March 30 to display Moroni's art and preview some of the work done by area students.