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Our Lady of Malibu art teacher Patrice Wachs (who developed the school’s art program) poses with (left to right) Daire O’Herlihy and Darcy O’Herlihy during the Saturday, Feb. 10 Student Art Exhibit in Malibu Village. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Ellie Hoffman, an eighth-grader at Leadership Academy, poses below her piece, “Self Portrait Inspired By Chuck Close.” Each square is a painting.
Parents and the artists check out the artwork displayed Saturday, Feb. 10, during the pop-up art gallery in Malibu Village.
Sycamore fourth-graders Tru Che-Howell (left) and Love Che-Howell pose by their respective chalk self-portraits.
Ivo Spirov, who teaches an after-school program at Point Dume Elementary, paints a pre-resin surfboard.
Malibu Poet Laureate Ricardo Means Ybarra (far left) poses with Malibu High School students (left to right) Ava Ray, Lee Ivy Voisin, Josh Speer and Angel Diaz, all of whom wrote and read their poetry. “It is a joy to see two kinds of art coming together,” Ybarra said. “Art and poetry are reflections of our community.”
Student artwork is displayed.
Young artists and parents view the the pop-up exhibit at Malibu Village while musician Athanasios Dikos plays the keyboard.
Iris Liu, a fourth-grader at Round Meadow, poses with her dad Louie Liu near her piece of a tiger.
This oil painting by Iris Luis is titled “Growling Tiger” and it took approximately 10 hours to create.
Malibu Poet Laureate Ricardo Means Ybarra introduces the poetry students.
Lee Ivy Voisin reads “School Desk.”
Ava Ray reads “Walking on Clouds.”
Staff Report
8:27 am PST February 13, 2018

Artists in grades kindergarten through grade 12 participated in the Feb. 10 Student Art Exhibit at Malibu Village.

An artist reception was held from 12-2 p.m. The reception included light refreshments, live art demonstrations, acoustic music and a poetry reading by Malibu Poet Laureate Ricardo Means Ybarra and students Ava Ray, Lee Ivy Voisin, Josh Speer and Angel Diaz.

The show was non-judged.