Paragon National Bank will host artwork from Woodland Presbyterian School students in the main lobby of its Saddle Creek banking center (7600 Poplar Avenue) throughout the month of February. Located in East Memphis, Woodland Presbyterian School serves students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade and is the fifth local school art exhibit that Paragon has hosted during the 2012-2013 school year.
“We’re excited to continue the tradition of displaying art created by local students in our Saddle Creek branch,” said Robert Shaw, Chief Executive Officer of Paragon National Bank. “We’ve had a great response to the other student installations and welcome our customers and the community to stop by and support the work of these talented Woodland students.”
The students’ pieces, which use watercolor, tempera and oil pastel paints, feature a variety of scenes and will be on display in the bank’s lobby until February 28th.
The artwork was created by Connor Morris and Janie Kathryn Skeen in first grade; Chloe Brown and Wesley Cadwell in second grade; Megan Aslin and Camden Clark in third grade; Madison Covington and Jordan Lee in fourth grade; Ayden Lane in fifth grade; and Eva Hanissian and Bonnie McCary in seventh grade.