Colors of Long Island

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Fifteen North Babylon School District students had their art pieces selected for inclusion in the Long Island Museum of American Art’s “Colors of Long Island” exhibit. The pieces will be on display at the Stony Brook museum from March 1 through April 27.

The district congratulates: Belmont Elementary School students Laci Burton (art teacher: Carolyn Whitney) and Tylynn Lukens (art teacher Carolyn Whitney); William E. DeLuca Jr. Elementary School students Jack Rowland (art teacher: Paul Guadagnino) and Maggie Stolberg (art teacher: Paul Guadagnino); Parliament Place Elementary School students Jennifer Farella (art teacher: Renee Blank) and Katie Geiger (art teacher: Renee Blank); Marion G. Vedder Elementary School students Samantha Longwell (art teacher: Lisa Gregorek) and Christopher Stumpf (art teacher: Lisa Gregorek); Woods Road Elementary School students Ebraheem Asam (art teacher: Lisa Gregorek) and Lucas Zuniga Prado (art teacher: Lisa Gregorek); Robert Moses Middle School students Kimberly Camuso (art piece: Spectrum Eye, teacher: Joyce Orrigo) and Isabela Fortich (art piece: The Eye of the Tiger, teacher Theresa Marchionna); and North Babylon High School students Kaitlin Chimenti (art piece: Puppies, art teacher Karen Kennely), Joseph Dubanos (art piece: untitled, art teacher Tobi Shinnick) and Angad Sraon (art piece: Touchdown, art teacher: Tobi Shinnick).