The Mid-Carolina High School art students participated in their annual window painting project for the holidays. This year the students painted 80 windows in five towns. The project is designed to teach students marketing and real life work skills. Proceeds from this project were used to purchase toys and clothes for children in need and provide supplies for the Mid-Carolina High School art program. This image has been voted as the number one window for the 2012 window painting season. It was painted on the window at Canine Spas in Little Mountain. The two young artists are Kevin Choi and Juan Hernandez. These young men created a custom image for the business which the owner plans to leave up for the entire year.
Mid-Carolina High art students Martina Mills and Katylin Metts are busy at work creating images for On the Square Hair Designs in Prosperity. The students invite everyone to enjoy the display of their talents throughout the community as they decorated store fronts for the Christmas season.
Mid-Carolina High art students Morgan Werts and Josh Eller are getting ready to paint windows for Dixie Heart Pine in Prosperity. This was extra special for Werts since this is the first year she was able to paint her grandfather’s business windows.
Mid-Carolina High art students Leah McCullough and Katelyn Papritan paint Friendly Frawg windows in Prosperity for the Christmas season.
Mid-Carolina High art students Kelsey Long and Kristin Whiting diligently paint matching Christmas wreaths at the Prosperity Post Office.