Senator Farley Meets Young Artists From Scotia-glenville

 

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C - Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting young artists from the Scotia-Glenville Central School District on June 5th at the 2006 Legislative Student Art Exhibit held in the lobby of the Legislative Office Building. This event is hosted by the New York State Art Teachers Association.

"The students are terribly bright and extremely talented," Senator Farley said. "They obviously put a lot of hard work and effort into their projects."

The students were:

* Thomas Andrews, Lincoln Elementary School, fifth grade, art title: "Eye Candy"

* Meghan Adams, Scotia-Glenville High School, ninth grade, art title: "Flower Vines"

* Cameron Dylong, Glen-Worden Elementary School, third grade, art title: "Brainwaves"

* Haley Evanoski, Scotia-Glenville Middle School, sixth grade, art title: "Color Crave at Teen Town"

* Avery Francois, Scotia-Glenville Middle School seventh grade, art title: "In the Style of Paul Klee"

* Cecilia Hyland, Sacandaga Elementary School, fifth grade, art title: "Untitled"

* Casey Norton, Scotia-Glenville Middle School, sixth grade, art title: "Having a Ball"

* Nicole Rizzuto, Glen-Worden Elementary School, second grade, art title: "Cats"

* Brendon Sarnowski, Glen-Worden Elementary School, first grade, art title: "Boats"

* Jacob Tracy, Lincoln Elementary School, fourth grade, art title: "Molas"

* Morgan Warmer, Sacandaga Elementary School, second grade, art title: "Starry Night"

* Alexis Webb, Glen-Worden Elementary School, fifth grade, art title: "What's in a Name"

* Cooper Wright, Scotia-Glenville Middle School, eighth grade, art title: "Dragon's Revenge"