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Trinity senior’s artwork on display in NYC

Posted: March 13, 2012 2:00 a.m.
Updated: March 13, 2012 2:00 a.m.

Trinity Classical Academy senior Frankie Ceglia will have his artwork, pictured here, on display as part of’s slideshow in the Big Screen Plaza in New York City.

One Trinity Classical Academy’s artwork has reached New York City., which is the largest online student art museum, asked art educators to submit one piece of their students’ art to be part of a Jumbotron slideshow in the Big Screen Plaza in New York City during the National Art Educator’s Conference on March 3 and 4.

Trinity art teacher Kim Elliott selected a piece from the pop art study students did during the fall semester: a monochromatic self-portrait painted by senior Frankie Ceglia.

“I’m so excited for the opportunity to have my art displayed,” Ceglia said. “I’m grateful to Mrs. Elliott and the fine arts department at Trinity.

The slideshow featured 500 pieces of work selected from thousands of entries, each appearing for about 20 seconds before moving on to the next artwork.

Frankie’s mother, Suzanne Ceglia, shared her enthusiasm.

“I am so grateful for the amazing art department Mrs. Elliott has put together, teaching various disciplines, and encouraging every level of artist to be creative,” she said. “Bringing Artsonia to Trinity has made it possible for Art students like Frankie to have exposure and an opportunity like this.”


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