October 26, 2014
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Showing their artistic side
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The works of area artists (from left) Elaine Massotti, Jane Geary and Tiffany Wesson were featured on the invitation for the 9th annual Nancy Stephen Gallery and School of Art show and sale held this past weekend at Crestar in East Greenwich. It was the largest show thus far with 95 students displaying more than 225 works of art. Started 17 years ago, Nancy Scelsa used her name and the first name of her deceased brother, Stephen Fiorentino, for the gallery and school. Many of Scelsa’s students start at an early age like Lauren DelBrocco, who is pictured here displaying her painting on clothing and cloth. Now 17 years old and a senior at North Kingstown High, DelBrocco started classes at age 6. She has taken classes at RISD in jewelry design, has her own studio and plans to attend Rhode Island College where she aims to get a degree in business. (Warwick Beacon photos)


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