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Jonathan Torres (left), a sixth-grader, displays his papier-mâché SpongeBob SquarePants alongside his art teacher, John Murphy, of Jerling Jr. High School. Photos by Julie McMann/22nd Century Media
Jacob Doss, a third-grader at Prairie School, sculpted a great white shark, a turtle and a blue stingray with Model Magic, and presented them March 7 during an opening event for the District 135 Student Art Show at the Orland Park Public Library. Photos by Julie McMann/22nd Century Media
Sarah Margas shows off her forced perspective drawing during the opening event.
Cameron Wiegel, a sixth-grader at Century Jr. High, shows off a peach-colored mask he crafted for the gallery.
The artworks of Orland School District 135 students adorn the walls of Orland Park Public Library during the month of March for a special Student Art Show.
Ryan Esguerra, Freelance Reporter
9:08 am CDT March 15, 2017

To celebrate national Youth Art Month — a monthlong show of appreciation for art around the country — the teachers and students of Orland School District 135 have created a District 135 Student Art Show at the Orland Park Public Library. 

The show — which will be present at the library for the remainder of the month of March — will showcase a wide variety of select paintings, drawings, glass displays and more from students Grades K-8.