Seaford High School artists are sharing their work beyond the walls of the high school, with new a display at the Seaford Public Library. The exhibit was created by members of the National Art Honor Society, and adviser Michael Kerr said the hope is to make student artwork a permanent fixture there.
Seven artists have their work featured in the show, which runs through March 15 in the young adult section of the library. It includes drawings, paintings and mixed media creations. The students — Emel Acar, Dominique Canatta, Dominique Cettina, Elisabeth Perlegis, Rachel Robinson, Kathleen Tuohy and Santiago Zea — completed the artwork either for a school assignment or for leisure.
Mr. Kerr said that the honor society is looking to do themed shows each month at the library. The purpose is to share the talents of the high school’s student-artists with the Seaford community.
-Submitted by Seaford School District