Osbourn Art at The Hall

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Provided by City of Manassas

Johnathan Nichols stands by his analog photography

Johnathan Nichols stands by his analog photography

Osbourn High School student art is on exhibit now through May 23, 2016 at The Hall at City Hall. The exhibit is open to the public Monday–Friday, 8:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m.  This is the work of five different art classes of incredibly talented students who painted, sculpted and created these amazing pieces of art.
One piece, created by several Osbourn students, uses analog photography, something most of these students had not been exposed to.  Mobile devices place photography at their fingertips.  Teachers at Osbourn High School have brought back this art form so that students can better understand exposures and appreciate the progress made in photography over the last 190 years.
Other artists, like Madeleine Houser, used acrylic paint to portray nature and their surroundings.  These are just two of the artists to exhibit and the thirteenth year that Osbourn High School students have displayed their work at City Hall.  To find out more about city art initiatives, visit manassascity.org/art.

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