January 23, 2014 at 6:57 AM
GILLETTE, NJ - January is a bit more colorful at the Long Hill Township Library through a display of art work by the students at St. Vincent de Paul School in Stirling.
Students in 4th grade and students in 6th through 8th grades created a variety of projects. Students in grade 8 drew two point perspective drawings. The 7th grade made paper mache letters and triptych cards. Grade 6 created handmade journals and 3D watercolor trees. The fourth grade contributed concentric circle woven CDs. The class also worked together on a nativity scene, a traditional art project for the fourth grade at St. Vincent de Paul School.
The exhibit was created under the direction of Lil Morelli, St. Vincent de Paul’s art teacher. St. Vincent de Paul School is a Catholic elementary school committed to developing each student spiritually, academically and morally. The school is a 2012 National Blue Ribbon Award winner for excellence in education.