Three Macon East art students were selected for the recent Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts ARTWORKS corridor. This quarter’s corridor theme Transformations: Tools and Art featured contemporary art celebrating the omnipresence of tools in our lives. The committee of museum curators, educators, and local artists received 200 entries from 19 area schools and selected 56 works for the exhibit. Samantha Pittenger’s painting, Everything Is An Instrument, displays a small bird made up of tiny tools. Hannah Johnsons’ mixed media, In Bloom, boasts a clever combination of watercolor flowers with inked tools, and Savannah Clemen’s photograph, Earth Cut, shows how an everyday saw can be created using sticks, leaves and rocks. The exhibition runs until January 3 in the ARTWORKS corridor at MMFA.