Aldergrove Secondary School’s Visual Art students have been busy designing and painting holiday scenes onto the windows of Royal Bank in Aldergrove.

Student Artists Showcased

Aldergrove Secondary School’s Visual Art students have been designing and painting holiday scenes onto the windows of Royal Bank

Aldergrove Secondary School’s Visual Art students have been busy designing and painting holiday scenes onto the windows of Royal Bank in Aldergrove.

During the week of November 28 to December 2, customers smiled at the original work and commented to the students how much they enjoyed watching them paint.

From over 20 submissions, the following art students’ work was selected by an RBC Committee to be painted on their windows for the Christmas season: grade 9 students Jeff Lin, Jenny Son, Shireen Kaur, Anna Vu, Tappers Nowaselski, and grade 12 students Rebecca Sawatzky and Jessie McMath.

This week Aldergrove RBC customers will be invited to vote for their favourite window art display.

First, second and third place prizes will be awarded.

Sponsored generously by Royal Bank Canada and Valley Gravel Sales Ltd., this project enabled an enthusiastic team of Aldergrove youth to strut their artistic skill for the whole community to enjoy.

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