67 S-G students have artwork on display at the Student Art Exhibit at the Empire State Plaza

Artwork of multiple colored lines and shapes
This is artwork from grade 8 student Skylar Maynard. His acrylic painting was inspired by Frank Stella.

These 67 students in grades K-8 from Scotia-Glenville are part of the Empire State Plaza Art Show on display through this weekend, March 18. This year’s exhibition is representative of over 1,000 works from 15 Capital Region school districts.

Artwork is being exhibited at the Empire State Plaza South Concourse, closest to the Madison Avenue entrance in Albany.

These students artwork is on display: Jaiden Alas, Kamila Amaya, Gabrielle Aziz, Brock Bechand, Victoria Belott, Delilah Berman, Ella Bliven, Semaj Brown, Jessica Cossart, Katherine Crounse, Kallie Dieterich, Meghan Dunfee, Leah Dwyer, Emma Ericson, Ashlyn  Fisher, Alexis Flickinger, Riley Folk, Emily  Garnett, Alexander Guidetti, Kaylee Gutmaker, Landen Harkness, Connor Heaton, Carter Hemingway, Mia Holland, Aubrey Huba, Michael Hughes, Nicholas Jerome, Nora Jones, Anika Jung, Alexis Keating, Ian King, Emmalyn Kirk, Emma Klejsmyt, Stella Lambert, Michael Lape, Cora Leonard, Aislinn Lewis, Kathryn Lewis, Adrina Mabee, Kiera Macintosh, Ellowyn Madej, Austin Marek, Skylar Maynard, Ava McLaughlin, Ava Mosier, Riley O’Malley, Sierra O’Malley, McKenna O’Sullivan, Ethan Passino, Hannah Pitts, Hanna Pokines, Caden Potts, Tristan  Potts, Colin Rainboth, Makenna Richards, Adora Shafer, Kathryn  Smith, Abigayle Snyder, Miles Solotruck, McKinley Thomas, Evelyn Torelli, William  Townshend, Josephine Venditti, Gabrielle Ward, Sianna Watson, Aiden Wiegert and Alannah Zingelewicz.