Artists on Display

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Original works created by Rocky Point Middle School student-artists Jackson Normandin and Kianna Hammarth were recently put on display during the Long Island Museum’s Colors of Long Island Art Exhibit.

Jackson, a sixth-grader, was featured for his “Linear Leaves” watercolor and Sharpie pen drawing. Kianna, an eighth-grader, was featured for her “Animals” in oil pastel.

According to the museum’s website, this annual student art exhibition affords students in grades K-12 an opportunity 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.