Nineteen members of the Lynbrook High School National Art Honor Society volunteered their talents to create artwork for the rooms of Lynbrook Massage Therapy. The project, which started back in March, was presented to the NAHS by Board of Education President William Belmont. The students worked countless evenings creating their one-of-a-kind works, which were delivered to the business on June 6. The four 2x6 foot paintings depict a soothing sunset, a calming waterfall, a peaceful forest and a relaxing koi pond.
“I am extremely proud of the work that the students created. It was a real team effort,” said NAHS advisor Michael Kunz. “This project capped off another great and productive year of service projects for the Lynbrook High School NAHS.”