Reflections exhibit gives life to vivid imaginations
Hampstead kindergartner Mabel Backman shows off her artwork following the New Hampshire PTA Reflections Exhibit in the Gilbert H. Hood Middle School gymnasium on Friday night. (HUNTER MCGEE PHOTO)
Hundreds of people attended the recognition program in the school's gymnasium, organizers said.
For her artwork, Hampstead kindergartner Mabel Backman was outside when she was creating her drawing. As she was coloring in the sky, she spotted something that caused her to pause for a moment, her mom Kate Brick said.
Students create original works of art in the categories of dance choreography, film production, music composition, literature, photography and visual arts.
All of the first-place entries go on to national judging, and the results will be revealed in May, Bertrand said.
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