SALEM, Va. -

The Salem Museum is hosting a special exhibit of Salem High School student art, just in time for National Youth Art Month in March.

"mARTch Madness," as the students have titled their exhibition, brings the works of members of the school's International Baccalaureate Art program to Main Street Salem, introducing some budding young artists to the community.

"This exhibit is one of the best programs we offer the public each year," said Salem Museum director John Long. "We always get a great response, and it's always a great experience for the students. Plus our visitors are endlessly intrigued by what the artists have created."

Dozens of works--paintings, sketches, and sculptures--by the students of the Class of 2014 will be featured, reflecting the great talents and eclectic tastes of the teenaged artists. "Prepare to be impressed," said Long. "These are remarkable kids with great vision and unique ways of viewing the world."

The exhibit ends on April 7th and admission is always free.