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Whiz Kids of the Week: Chatham Park Elementary Artists

Check out these whiz kids from Chatham Park Elementary School who recently showcased their artwork in First Friday Main Line's "Emerging Artist Show."

Whiz Kids of the Week: Chatham Park Elementary Artists

Haverford-Havertown Patch is seeking suggestions from readers for
individual kids, youth groups, teens, and even sports teams that wow us with their accomplishments. This week, we highlight Chatham Park Elementary School students, who recently showcased their artwork in First Friday Main Line's "Emerging Artist Show."

Find out more about these whiz kids below, as provided by Chatham Park art teacher Ellen Cohan.

  • Whiz Kids' Names/Grades/Artwork: Leyton Ruck, 1st grade, "Rainbow Fish"; Rachel Todak, 1st grade, "Root Vegetables"' Nikki So, 1st grade, "Pumpkin Cat"; Lindsay Orner, 2nd grade, "Hot Air Balloons"; Cooper Johnson, 2nd grade, "Sand Dollars"; Neta Tor, 3rd grade, "Aztec Sun"; Audrey Blinman, 3rd grade, "Fall Trees"; Colleen Chung, 4th grade, "Rousseau Jungle"; Karen Buchanan, 4th grade, "Fall Inchies"; Naomin Eddy, 5th grade, "Still Life with Pumpkins"; Melody Kert, 5th grade, "O'Keefe Flowers".
  • Whiz Kids' School: Chatham Park Elementary School
  • Whiz Kids' Accomplishment: These 11 Chatham Park Elementary students’ artwork were on display for the month of November 2012 as part of First Friday Main Line’s "Emerging Artist Show."  The students’ art is now display in the main Board Room at the Oakmont Administration building of the School District of Haverford Township.
  • Whiz Kids' Key to Awesomeness: It was such a nice honor for these kids. They had an opening reception for the Artists at Past, Present and Future. The work hung in the windows of stores along Lancaster Ave. in Ardmore.

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