Jamshedpur, Jan 25: Louise Nevelson once stated: “Art is everywhere, except it has to pass through a creative mind.”
They played with colours, smeared the white canvasses with a spectrum of colours and gave vent to their imagination.
The students of Little Flower School (LFS) in Telco poured out their creativity and talent at the art and craft exhibition held at the school on Friday.
Students of UKG to class 5 participated in the exhibition that brought out the latent skills of the children.
There were collage work, kites were on display, Qutub Minar was a major attraction, butterflies and several others. Students also showcased traditional items used by the people of other parts of the country.
Every stall was decorated conceptually. Deeply immersed in their own creative world, the little ones animatedly described their works to the visitors under the guidance of the teachers.
The exhibition was held to provide a platform for children to display their talent. “It also boosts their confidence when they get appreciation for their creative talent,” said principal of the school Sister Hilda.
Sister added that this type of exhibition help in all-round development of the students. Earlier the event was inaugurated by Principal of the LFS Sister Hilda.