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Angad Sraron, an 11th grade student at North (Credit: Ursula Moore Ursula Moore)

Angad Sraron, an 11th grade student at North Babylon High School, created this ink and graphite drawing of Lady Gaga, which is hanging at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Smithtown arts council holds fifth annual Youth Showcase

The Smithtown Township Arts Council held its fifth annual Youth Showcase, featuring work by nearly 300 students, at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James.

Allison Cruz (left), director of the Smithtown Township
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Allison Cruz (left), director of the Smithtown Township Arts Council, and Karen Mortimer, the council's program director, attended the opening reception of the council's annual Youth Showcase at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James. (Feb. 16, 2013)

The piece
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The piece "Girl with the Purple Hair," on display at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James, was painted by Brentwoood High School senior Katherine Pena, with in and oil pastel as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Rocky Point High School senior Kelli Grossmann used
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Rocky Point High School senior Kelli Grossmann used acryclic paint on the piece "Me," which is on display at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

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Stephanie DeSimone of St. James looks at artwork
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Stephanie DeSimone of St. James looks at artwork at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

This wire sculpture, called
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This wire sculpture, called "Pumps of Pain," is on display at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. It was created by Brentwood High School senior Kyle Harper. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Briana Gonzalez, a senior at Lindenhurst High School,
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Briana Gonzalez, a senior at Lindenhurst High School, created the digital photograph "Mystery Woman in a fairytale," which is on display at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Christine Kulich, a senior at Northport High School,
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Christine Kulich, a senior at Northport High School, created this ceramic scultpure, called "Head," which is displayed at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Angad Sraron, an 11th grade student at North
(Credit: Ursula Moore Ursula Moore)

Angad Sraron, an 11th grade student at North Babylon High School, created this ink and graphite drawing of Lady Gaga, which is hanging at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

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Dianne Shanian, of Mount Sinai, browses through artwork
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Dianne Shanian, of Mount Sinai, browses through artwork at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

Annalisa Majewski, a senior from the Northport-East Northport
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Annalisa Majewski, a senior from the Northport-East Northport school district, created this ceramic statue, called "Buddy" which is on display at the Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James as part of the annual Smithtown Township Arts Council Youth Showcase. (Feb. 16, 2013)

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