Four AP Art students from Elwood-John H. Glenn High School proudly showed off their artwork at the Go APE AP Student Art Exhibit on Feb. 12 in the Art League of Long Island’s Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery. Juniors Payton Alibrandi, Alexandra Sachelari, Ruth Yi and senior Rachel Zimmerman’s work was selected for the exhibit by their art teachers.

For the past 10 years, the exhibit has celebrated the excellent work of AP art students from across Long Island. The Elwood students worked on creating pieces to build their AP art portfolio since the beginning of the year and spent countless hours into crafting their artwork.  

“As a teacher, it always feels incredible to have my students work shown off; I feel like a proud parent,” said AP art teacher Amy Lindenbaum. “Work looks very different on a table in the art room to being framed on a wall in a gallery space. I loved watching them get to show off as family, friends, and gallery goers came to check out their art.”