Towne Meadow exhibit opens at World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery

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Towne Meadow students Cate Jaccobson, Olivia Goldblatt, Jenna Himelstein and Sophie Sinder all had artwork on display.

Towne Meadow students Cate Jaccobson, Olivia Goldblatt, Jenna Himelstein and Sophie Sinder all had artwork on display.

Last Sunday, the World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery, 40 W. Main St., opened its latest children’s art exhibit. The exhibit features the work of second-, third-, fourth- and fifth-graders from Carmel’s Towne Meadow Elementary as well as four seasonal mosaics created by all of the school’s students, kindergarten through fifth grade. Throughout the two-hour event, 341 friends and families made their way through the gallery, a single day record for the facility. The 160 different pieces of art as well as the four seasonal mosaics are on display for the rest of the month. Visit www.carmelartscouncil.org for gallery hours and information.  (Photos by Christian Sorrell)

Every student at Towne Meadow elementary took part in the creation of this mosaic entitled Fall, one of four seasonal mosaics on display.

Every student at Towne Meadow elementary took part in the creation of this mosaic entitled Fall, one of four seasonal mosaics on display.

Despite the heavy rain, more than 340 people packed into the gallery throughout the day.

Despite the heavy rain, more than 340 people packed into the gallery throughout the day.

Towne Meadow art teacher Philip Lamie was on hand to explain the mosaic making process to parents and guests.

Towne Meadow art teacher Philip Lamie was on hand to explain the mosaic making process to parents and guests.

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