Clearfield’s art students paint downtown business windows

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Clearfield’s art students paint downtown business windows

Ethan's Window Painting done by, from left to right, Madison Wanamaker, Kylee Hertlein, Lauren Coleman, Hayley Moore, Avry Grumblatt, Bella Spingola, Madison Davis and Courtney Buck.

Ethan's Window Painting done by, from left to right, Madison Wanamaker, Kylee Hertlein, Lauren Coleman, Hayley Moore, Avry Grumblatt, Bella Spingola, Madison Davis and Courtney Buck.

Raegan Mikesell

Ethan's Window Painting done by, from left to right, Madison Wanamaker, Kylee Hertlein, Lauren Coleman, Hayley Moore, Avry Grumblatt, Bella Spingola, Madison Davis and Courtney Buck.

Raegan Mikesell

Raegan Mikesell

Ethan's Window Painting done by, from left to right, Madison Wanamaker, Kylee Hertlein, Lauren Coleman, Hayley Moore, Avry Grumblatt, Bella Spingola, Madison Davis and Courtney Buck.

Raegan Mikesell and Bella Spingola

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On Nov. 20, Clearfield Junior-Senior High School art students participated in the downtown window painting event in Clearfield coordinated by Ms. Kuntz and Mrs. Adams, two of the art teachers at the high school.

Each year, different groups of students get together and begin to plan out what to do for each business. Ideas range from simple snowflakes to the whole Charlie Brown movie cast. This day is to recognize the highly skilled students we have here at the high school. This allows the students to express themselves in ways they know best.

During the day or at night with town lit up take a drive through downtown Clearfield and look for all the fun paintings done by the students. There is much time and preparation that goes into this event. All the eyes noticing this artwork never goes unnoticed.