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A window into fall
September 19, 2019 at 3:41 a.m.
Christine Marsigliano, 22, paints an elaborate landscape of an icy night on the outside of a few windows at the Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library on Saturday, Sept. 14. The Clark Place resident is one of 68 people who channeled their artistic talents at the first Autumn Window Painting family event.
After covering a window with fall colors, nature, and characters from “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” the Butkiewicz family shows off their collaborative masterpiece. Locust Avenue residents Marissa and Russell brought their 6-year-old daughter Arianna to the library for some artistic bonding.
Park Avenue School third-grader Alejandro Yanez points to the spooky “pumpkin head shark” he painted.
While brushing a window with deep-purple splotches, 2-year-old South Regent Street resident Jordan Rivera looks a little apprehensive.
With true artist pizazz, Ridge Street School fourth-grader Ana Mattinson takes a moment away from painting her black cat on the library to smile for the camera.
Bronx resident Madyson Marte, the 8-year-old daughter of a library staff member, washes off her paint brushes in a bucket of water.
After painting a festive jack-o-lantern on one window, Corpus Christi-Holy Rosary School third-grader Analee Aviles moves on to the next one to come up with another creative illustration.