A lovely park located between Gillette and Candee Avenues in Sayville, NY 11782

 

   

Photo by Alina Rossi

 

Preparing the ground for the Mosaic tiles with Bulb Field and Windmills near Rijnsburg painted by Kate Krsnak and Ashley Murray in forefront.

 

   

Photo by Alina Rossi

 

Some of the adorned receptacles painted by Mrs. Kamensky’s Class: Brianna Lind and Angela Link (Sunflowers) , Angela Link and Kathleen Lynch (Starry Night), Alexandra Cassetta and Lauren Fisher (Christina’s World), and Kaitlyn Nowicki, Katie Quinn, and Allyson Rofrano (The Blue Boat and Campbell’s Soup Can). Not Yet Pictured : Kaitlyn Neun and Leyla Durdu (The Persistence of Memory)

 

   

Photo by Judy Abrams

 

Top: Three of the several houses made by Mr. Carbocci’s class ~ Brian Ambrosio, Matt Brooks, John Ciavolella, Chuck Davis, Mike Fraccalvieri, Alex Klan, Geilan Leigh-Manuell, and William Meindl

Bottom: Many of the 27 Mosaic paving stones Made by Mrs. Dalpiaz’s Class ~
Jessica Capurso, Farah Cassalini, Alexandra Cassetta, Michelle DeBonis, Jasmine DePompeo, Caitlyn Duffy, Nyla Earley, Deanna Esposito, Jessica Farruggio, Angela Fattarusso, Lauren Fronckwicz, Amanda Giaramita, Tiffany Godschalk, Kathryn Gregory, Kristen Guadagni, Patricia Hanlon, Kaci Janawsky, Amanda Kahane, Toni-Ann Kelly, Lyndsay Kollegger, Jaclyn Kuri, Juliana Martino, Dana Pacifico, Kerriann Pellegrini, Nicole Spalma, Andrew Vall, and Tara Weber

 

   

Photo by Judy Abrams

 
We thank the Sayville High School Students and their teachers for sharing their time and talent with us. When we first asked if Sayville High School students could assist The Common Ground in beautifying our park, we had no idea of the creative ingenuity they would provide.

Their creations of famous artworks transformed common trash cans in to feasts for the eyes. They blend into the gardens and grassy areas perfectly.

The individual mosaic stepping stones are fanciful delights for all who rest on our benches or those who step through the paths the stones have created.
The bird, bat and butterfly houses are inviting myriad of nature’s flying creatures to join us and fill the air above with song and color.

They have brought a new sense of awe and respect to The Common Ground by representing the high school faction in aesthetic sensitivities we, up until now, lacked.

It is with deep appreciation that we thank these students for their hard work and for sharing with us and with generations to come, their talent and artistry.

 

   

Photo by Judy Abrams

 
 
 
Photos by Tara Weber
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
     
     

         
 
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