Douglas High student art takes to the street
An exhibit featuring the work of Douglas High School photography students is up in the fifth “Sidewalk Gallery” sponsored by Main Street Gardnerville.
Liam Holm’s American Visions Award winning piece “A Home to Remember” is part of the show and will travel to Carnegie Hall this summer for national recognition.
The “Sidewalk Gallery” displays photos have been mounted on the boarded-up windows of an old, vacant building at the corner of Eddy Street and Highway 395 in Gardnerville. This is revitalization project spearheaded by Main Street Gardnerville to make downtown Gardnerville look more inviting to all those who travel through or live in the area.
A reception was held May 25, to honor these students and their families.
A special thank you to all who attended this event, including DHS photography teacher K.C. Brennan.
Over the years, the “Sidewalk Gallery” has featured artwork of DHS photography students, members of the Carson Valley Art Association, Main Street Volunteers, residents in the Carson Valley. If you are interested in showing your work, contact the Main Street Gardnerville Design Committee with samples of your work at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The “Sidewalk Gallery” is located at located at 1422 Main St., Gardnerville.
For more information visit http://www.mainstreetgardnerville.org.