More than 50 talented Rye Neck High School students, in grades nine through 12, have their artworks on display at the Mamaroneck Public Library art exhibit through March 31.

The exhibit showcases drawing and design pieces such as repetition, one and two-point perspective and still life drawings of students in Jennifer Dallow’s and Karen Fontecchio’s art classes. Throughout the year, the students have been applying elements and principles of design in their work and have mastered concepts in perspective. They’re continuing their work on realism and will build on previously learned skills for the rest of the school year.

More of their artwork is currently on display at the high school library and hallways of the front lobby. In April, the Mamaroneck Public Library will host a K-12 art show to highlight Rye Neck Union Free School District students’ work.