Gibbs Library at 40 Old Union Road has mounted its sixth annual Student Art show, which will be on display through April. This show celebrates Youth Art Month and is an opportunity to highlight Prescott Memorial School’s art program and showcase many of its talented student artists.

Prescott students in kindergarten to sixth grade have their masks, landscapes and abstract work on display in the library’s gallery space. The students worked under the supervision of art teacher Anne Kofler. A reception was held on March 11. Artists, family and friends attended the event, and each artist received an award.

Artists displaying their work include: kindergarten — Elizabeth Bowman, Aidan York, Autumn Ripley and Garret Hutchins; first grade — Rhiannon Gould, Cameron Sawyer, Jonathan Bennett and Hannah Lee; second grade — Sabastian Bari and Ilea Parley; third grade — Emily Simmons, Joey Horovitz, Hunter Brown and Kelsey Berry; fourth grade — Harley Dustin; fifth grade — Trent Grover, Cale Gee and Rachel Harriman; and sixth grade — Noah Stanley, Katie Winchenbaugh, Kaylee Casas and Julie Lieberman.

For photos of the reception, visit gibbslibrary.org. For more information, call 845-2663.

VillageSoup Art/Entertainment Editor Dagney Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail to dernest@villagesoup.com.