Colors of Long Island Art Exhibition – Stony Brook Museum

Written By: KPN - Apr• 01•17

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The Stony Brook Museum of Art’s annual student art exhibition, “Colors of Long Island,” affords an opportunity for students in grades Kindergarten through 12 to show their artwork in a museum setting.  Hundreds of proud parents and teachers flock to the museum every year to admire the work of these talented Long Island students, many of whom go on to study art in college. Kings Park School District had three students who exhibited their artwork at the Stony Brook Museum’s Art show.

Congratulations Taryn O’Connor (9th grade), Marlena Urban (12th grade) and Roslyn Lima (12th grade).  Colors of Long Island are sponsored by Astoria Bank.

(Standing L to R – Ms. Linda Harrity-Lopez-KPHS Art Teacher, Taryn O’Connor, Ms. Darlene Blaurock-KPHS Art Teacher, Roslyn Lima Godoy, Ms. Susan Guasp-KPHS Art Teacher, Marlena Urban, Mr. Lino Bracco-KPHS Principal)

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