Spring-Ford students create mosaic for elementary school

Photo by Barry Taglieber After a dedication ceremony, Art's Alive Co-Coordinator Robyn Burckhardt, Spring-Ford School Board member Will Cromley, Art teacher Susan DiGuiseppe and Brooke Elementary School Principal Dr. Edward Mackel gather with some of the fourth-grade students who created the mosaic art in the courtyard.

ROYERSFORD —Brooke Elementary School dedicated a handmade ceramic mosaic that fourth-grade art students created using creativity and imagination on Tuesday. The students worked with their art teacher, Susan Di Guiseppe, to design individual colored clay tiles.

Di Guiseppe’s art class worked with professional Philadelphia-based mosaic artist Jessica Gorlin Liddell on the project, which reflects students’ design knowledge of pond life, insect worlds and flora, as seen within their own lives and surrounding the school’s courtyard pond.

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