Tappan Zee High School art students recently took a field trip to the Storm King Art Center to enjoy their outdoor museum! Students had the opportunity to view and analyze work by artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Isamu Noguchi, Ugo Rondinone and more.
The Storm King Art Center, which was founded in 1960 and located in New Windsor, is an outdoor museum that features large-scale sculptures that are on display within the 500 acres of mountains, hills and meadows. “The TZHS art classes experienced how are and nature come together when they visited the Storm King Art Center,” explained TZHS Art Team Leader Donna Grasso. “The students participated in a scavenger hunt where they had to find and photograph specific artists and their sculptures. It was a great day exploring nature and art!”