Riverhead High School art students are exhibiting their work in the Parrish Art Museum's 2019 student art exhibit. Photo courtesy of Riverhead Central School District.

Riverhead High School art students are showing their work from Babylon to Water Mill.

Wilson Lizandro Sicay Calaby, Bailey Miller, Bernardo Zuniga and Olivia Raynor exhibited their work at Old Babylon Town Hall this month in the Suffolk County Art Leaders Association All-County Show.

Wilson, Bailey and Bernardo showcased coil pots they designed and built by hand. Olivia submitted three original pieces as well as an essay to be evaluated as part of Suffolk County Art Leaders Association Senior Scholarship Award program.

Exhibiting in the all-county show, from left: Bernardo Zuniga, Wilson Lizandro Sicay Calabay, Olivia Raynor and Bailey Miller.
Photo courtesy of Riverhead Central School District.

Thirteen Riverhead High School art students are exhibiting their work at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill in the museum’s annual student exhibition.

The exhibit, which runs through March 10, features a variety of media, including computer-generated design, watercolors and tempera.

Participating Riverhead artists are: Maribella Acosta, Devyn Bishop, Olivia Bozuhoski, Ryan Carrick, Katherine Marroquin Gonzalez, Gabrielle Manzello, Olivia Raynor, Nadia Rebentisch, Tyler Reilly, Liron Sinn, Viktoria Skobodzinski, Oleksandra Sudyn and Taylor Rose Weber.

 

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