Throughout the month of April, artwork created by five Long Branch Elementary students will be on display during a special exhibit at the Beaver Lake Nature Center.
Second-graders Aaron Sisto, Nichole Lent and Tommy Juliano, as well as kindergartners Railisse Guerrero and Riley Peluso were selected to represent LBE in the annual "Student Art - Naturally" show, which celebrates the artistic achievements of elementary level students.
Artwork featured in the show focuses on nature themes, including animals and landscapes, in the form of paintings, drawings, prints, collage and more.
An opening receptionwas held April 10 at the nature center. Each student will receive a certificate and ribbon in recognition of his or her participation in the show.
"Student Art -- Naturally" is organized annually by the Central Region of the New York State Art Teachers Association in cooperation with the Beaver Lake Nature Center.
Attached photo: Throughout the month of April, artwork created by five Long Branch Elementary students will be on display during a special exhibit at the Beaver Lake Nature Center. In the first row, from left, are kindergartners Riley Peluso and Railisse Guerrero. In the second row, from left, are second-graders Tommy Juliano, Aaron Sisto and Nichole Lent.