We are excited to inform you that two West Feliciana students, Eli Milton and Teiara Johnson, have their artwork displayed at the Louisiana Governor’s Mansion for the month of February.
Bains Lower teacher Christian St. Romain taught both students last year for kindergarten. She submitted their artwork to the Jindal family and was excited when she found out they had won.
In 2008, the Jindal family dedicated a wall in the Governor’s Mansion to showcase the work of Louisiana’s talented student artists. Each month, they are able to present new student art for all visitors in the Mansion to enjoy.
The students, their class and their family have been invited to visit the Governor’s Mansion to both tour the Mansion and also view the art on display.
The artwork will be available to view online at www.gov.state.la.us/firstlady.
Eli Milton, a first grader at Bains Lower Elementary
created his artwork in watercolors. His art was inspired from his love of animals, especially cats and dogs. Eli painted an outdoor watercolor scene.
Teiara Johnson, a first grader at Bains Lower Elementary
created her artwork in watercolors. Teiara’s art was inspired by the outdoors and she painted this lovely picture of flowers with watercolors.