Two of Wellington’s up-and-coming artists were recognized at the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board meeting on Monday, Dec. 3 in the Wellington Municipal Complex. The artists, Talia Fradkin and Gianna Tamucci, will have their artwork displayed through January on the lower level of the Wellington Community Center. Fradkin is a ninth-grader from Palm Beach Virtual School, and Tamucci is a 10th-grader at Palm Beach Central High School. Both Fradkin and Tamucci submitted photographs.
The village is a partner with the Wellington Art Society for the quarterly Student Art program, which puts youth artwork on display at the Wellington Community Center and Village Park gymnasium. The next installation will take place in January for middle school students who live or go to school in Wellington. For more information and entry forms with program dates and guidelines, contact the Village of Wellington at (561) 791-4082 or the Wellington Art Society at (561) 795-1691.
Above: Talia Fradkin and Gianna Tamucci with their certificates of appreciation from the Village of Wellington.