Paragon Bank is currently showcasing art from Woodland Presbyterian School students in its Saddle Creek Banking Center (7600 Poplar Avenue). The art will be on display until February 28, and members of the community are encouraged to stop by to view the work.
“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with the faculty and students at Woodland again this year,” said Robert Shaw, Chief Executive Officer at Paragon Bank. “Having artwork from these talented students in our banking center always brightens the days of our employees, as well as those who visit our Saddle Creek location.”
Paragon worked with Woodland art teacher Sue Spice to coordinate the exhibit. The artwork was created by students from all grades, kindergarten through eighth, and was made with a variety of media.
Student artists include Andrew Peck, kindergarten; Kate Flaherty, first grade; Anna Kay Bell, second grade; Alexis Anderson, third grade; Jesse Ammons, fourth grade; Julie Whittemore, fifth grade; Jack Martin, sixth grade; Trace Ruleman, seventh grade; and Abbie Downs, eighth grade.