Delaware students create art for First Friday


Samantha Dewitt, a sophomore at Delaware Hayes High School, works on an owl cookie jar Wednesday afternoon in Cindy Vaught’s ceramics class. Students in Vaught’s classes will be holding an art show on North Sandusky Street during December’s downtown First Friday event to allow members of the community to look at the art that’s being created at Hayes.

Samantha Dewitt, a sophomore at Delaware Hayes High School, works on an owl cookie jar Wednesday afternoon in Cindy Vaught’s ceramics class. Students in Vaught’s classes will be holding an art show on North Sandusky Street during December’s downtown First Friday event to allow members of the community to look at the art that’s being created at Hayes.


Samantha Dewitt, a sophomore at Delaware Hayes High School, works on an owl cookie jar Wednesday afternoon in Cindy Vaught’s ceramics class. Students in Vaught’s classes will be holding an art show on North Sandusky Street during December’s downtown First Friday event to allow members of the community to look at the art that’s being created at Hayes.

Samantha Dewitt, a sophomore at Delaware Hayes High School, works on an owl cookie jar Wednesday afternoon in Cindy Vaught’s ceramics class. Students in Vaught’s classes will be holding an art show on North Sandusky Street during December’s downtown First Friday event to allow members of the community to look at the art that’s being created at Hayes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/11/web1_Ceramics.jpgSamantha Dewitt, a sophomore at Delaware Hayes High School, works on an owl cookie jar Wednesday afternoon in Cindy Vaught’s ceramics class. Students in Vaught’s classes will be holding an art show on North Sandusky Street during December’s downtown First Friday event to allow members of the community to look at the art that’s being created at Hayes.