LongHouse Reserve, a nature, art and education center in East Hampton, welcomed students from the area to create and present artwork inspired by the LongHouse grounds.
The Bridgehampton High School Marimba band played during
The Bridgehampton High School Marimba band played during the reception at the LongHouse Reserve Student Annual VI art show and competition in East Hampton. (June 18, 2013) (Credit: Amy Onorato)
Best of Show winner Geige Silver, 18, of
Best of Show winner Geige Silver, 18, of East Hampton, with her piece "Nature Dress" at the LongHouse Reserve Sixth Annual student art show and competition. (June 18, 2013) (Credit: Amy Onorato)
Kendall Stedman, 10, of Montauk Public School, with
Kendall Stedman, 10, of Montauk Public School, with her sculpture "Peaceful." Steadman's piece won first place in elementary school sculpture at the LongHouse Reserve Student Annual VI art show and competition in East Hampton. (June 18, 2013) (Credit: Amy Onorato)

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"Cherry Blossom Bowl," by Bridgehampton School tenth grader Robert Rewinski, won first place for high school ceramics at the LongHouse Reserve Student Annual VI art show and competition in East Hampton. (June 18, 2013) (Credit: Amy Onorato)
Jessica Gullapa, 10, of Montauk Public School, stands
Jessica Gullapa, 10, of Montauk Public School, stands with her drawing, "Elephant." Gullapa's piece won first place for elementary school painting at the LongHouse Reserve Student Annual VI art show and competition. (June 18, 2013) (Credit: Amy Onorato)
Clark Hamilton, 18, of Springs, plays acoustic guitar
Clark Hamilton, 18, of Springs, plays acoustic guitar as guests arrive to view the winners of the LongHouse Reserve Student Annual VI art show and competition in East Hampton. Hamilton won first place in the Annual last year for performance. (June 18, 2013) (Credit: Amy Onorato)
"Petals of Poetry" is a collaborative sculpture project created by the first grade class of the Amagansett School for the LongHouse Reserve Student Annual VI art show and competition. The piece won first place for elementary collaborative sculpture. (June 18, 2013) (Credit: Amy Onorato)