Sunday February 26, 2017

Art in Schools | Grand Blanc Arts Council

Art in Schools places reproductions of Old Masterpieces in each of Grand Blanc's sixteen schools.  Pieces are rotated annually. Sponsors in the community donate $300 to purchase a framed print.  

To become a sponsor, please contact the Grand Blanc Arts Council for details.

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Location of GBAC "Art in the Schools" Masterpieces

Anderson-
Michelangelo, Creation

Brendel-
Andy Warhol, Beethoven

Cook- - Whistler, Portrait of the Artist’s Mother

Holy Family- Monet, Water Lilies at Giverney,   Van Gogh, Sunflowers on Blue                   

Grand Blanc Academy-
Matisse, Goldfish Bowl 

High School Main Campus- Cassatt, Young Mother Sewing

High School West (9th)- Diego Rivera, Flower Vendor

Indian Hills- Renoir, Monet Painting in his Garden

Mason- Van Gogh, Starry Night

McGrath-
Winslow Homer, Crack the Whip

Middle School East- Miro, Ballerina II

Middle School West
Picasso, Three Musicians               

Myers-
Paul Klee, Unstable Equilibrium

Perry Center- da Vinci, Mona Lisa

Reid- Kandinsky, Gelbe Spitze

 

Renoir, Monet Painting in his Garden

GBAC "Art in the Schools Program" News


For fifteen years our 17 masterpieces have been rotating annually through the Grand Blanc schools. When sponsors from the community “adopted” the framed prints for $300 they were promised by the GBAC that the pictures would be maintained and kept in mint condition as the “Art in the Schools” program continued into the future.



Through the years frames would get nicked and have to be touched up and one frame had to be repaired at the corner joints. However, the Renoir print of “Two Girls at the Piano” sponsored by Shirley Eason had faded to blue and pink and needed to be replaced.

The Grand Blanc Arts Council purchased a new print but would like to thank the James Conner Gallery for re-framing the piece at no charge. This act of generosity is in keeping
with what had been Jim’s policy of framing the originals at as close to cost as possible.

Effective January, 2016 Jane Murphy has graciously stepped forward to take over
for Kathy Weiner as chair of “Art in the Schools” program.

Last Updated: Monday, 25 January 2016 15:08