Kellerman, who made a dancing snowman, said getting together with friends and creating the snowmen with Weeks was a lot of fun.
Westmere student Angela Leto said the most difficult part of creating the 3-D snowmen was drawing them from memory and then painting them on canvas.
Naomi Downes said she likes art because it is fun.
"We get to do whatever we want. It is like we can do nothing wrong with art, and we get many compliments," she said.
The display was installed will remain up through the holiday season.
"It is up for the public to enjoy until the first week in January," Weeks said. "It is a great exchange for the store, the city and for all of us."
Albany's winter festival is Saturday, Dec. 29, from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Go to albanyevents.org for information or call Albany's Office of Special Events at 434-2032.""