Students contribute to Providence ROCKS

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Every year, Providence Montessori School students make their own contribution to the Providence ROCKS auction. These projects are perennially popular and well-received by bidders. You may recall the students’ colorfully painted rain barrels, flower pots, and Adirondack chairs from years past, or last year’s masterful weaving completed with art teacher and resident fiber artist, Sue Martin.


This year, the toddler, primary, and lower elementary students are working together with Mrs. Martin to create “artful” a-frame tents (constructed by the Klaene-Miranda family) to be sold at the event. The upper elementary students are working on a potting bench (donated by Rob and Janee Brown). Our students are crafting images on the canvas and wood that evoke the work of famous artists encountered during their work at Providence: Van Gogh, O’Keefe, and a variety of Impressionists. Click here to see some of those projects in progress. Be sure to check back. We’ll be updating this photo album as the projects are completed!

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