HS Artists’ Creativity Not Confined to Dimensions

Four talented Glen Cove High School students recently participated in the annual Long Island University 12 x 12 Art Exhibit, which showcases the artwork of teens from throughout Nassau County. GCHS’s four original computer art images where created in Stephen Lombardo's Media Arts class using Photoshop. Pictured here with their works are  (from top, left to right) Oneil Stone, Rayvaun Satterfield, (bottom left to right) Natalie Tenke and Keishmy Maisonet Reyes.

LIU’s 12 x12 exhibit was open to student artists submitting 12” x 12” two-dimensional media, 12” x 12” x 12” three-dimensional media, and time-based video submissions that were 144 seconds or less in running time.