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Two William Floyd High School Art Students Recognized by Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts

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Two William Floyd art students recently received a second and third place ribbon at the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts Annual High School ...

Sayville, NY - June 3, 2014 – Two William Floyd High School art students, Rehnuma Khan and Sharon Montanez, recently received a second- and third place ribbon at the Bay Area Friends of the Fine Arts Annual High School Invitational Juried Exhibition held at the Gillette House in Sayville, NY. Khan, a junior, received second place for her still life done with oil; and Montanez, a senior, received third place for her mixed media piece based on immigration. Both students were honored at an artists’ reception and had their work displayed at the Gillette House for one week in early May. Congratulations to both students and their teachers, Susan Plunket and Theresa Bianco.

Caption (l-r): William Floyd High School art teacher Susan Plunket with second-place winner Rehnuma Khan and her still life oil painting; and Sharon Montanez with her mixed-media piece based on immigration with William Floyd High School art teacher Theresa Bianco.

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