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‘Greene County High School Art Show’ Exhibit Featured
Throughout April At Mason House Gallery

The thirteenth annual Greene County High School Art Show is on display April 4th through the 30th at the Mason House Gallery, located in the General Morgan Inn. Approximately forty students will be representing the four Greene County high schools this year. A “meet and greet” for the exhibiting students will be held Friday, April 14th, from 5-7 p.m. in the gallery.  The public is encouraged to attend this event or to stop by the Mason House Gallery during April.

At the show this year, all four high schools will be exhibiting different art mediums. South Greene High School students will be featuring exciting new projects using copper tooling as well as bleached fabric and clay. North Greene High School students have been working on drawings, paintings, and clay masks, as well as working with felt to create 3D sculptures and landscapes. Chuckey-Doak High School students will be displaying various 2D works in mediums such as oil pastels, graphite, and scratchboard, in addition to ceramic pieces from the newly offered Advanced 3D Art Class that are both functional and highly decorative. Students at West Greene High School will be presenting a variety of exciting pieces like glass mosaics, paper mache masks, and clay calaveras, along with drawings, paintings, and mixed media projects. 

This art exhibit will be an exciting evening where students across Greene County come together to share their work with family, friends, and neighbors. Stop by to experience what is happening in the arts in Greene County High Schools. The exhibit is sponsored and supported by the Greeneville Arts Council and The General Morgan Inn. For more information on this or other exhibits, please contact Til Green, Director of Exhibitions, at 423-329-5366 or visit

Pictured below is an Copper and Sheet Tempera by Grayson Kilday.