Written by Christy Hinko, firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday, 05 April 2014 00:00
Nancy Fabrizio of Floral Park is an award-winning member of several local art leagues on Long Island. Fabrizio’s artwork often depicts the seacoast, with its ever-changing, magical light and delicate hues. She enjoys en plein air painting whenever possible, especially if she is near a rocky coastline and can hear the soothing sounds of the sea. Her palette is often filled with the subtle blues, violets and greens of the ocean.
Fabrizio paints both in watercolor and in oils. Although she has had a deep interest in art since childhood, she spent many years in a fulfilling career providing assistance to victims of crime. She is now able to pursue her lifelong love of painting.
Whether Fabrizio is painting a moody coastal scene, a warm-hued southwestern landscape, or a sunlit city street, she hopes that her artwork will invite the viewer to be briefly transported to the places that have inspired her.
She loves the fluidity and surprise of watercolors and the texture and richness of oils. Recent trips to New Mexico and France — and the unique light and architectural features of each location — has brought a new dimension of color and shape to her artwork.
She is fortunate to have been inspired by, and to study with, many accomplished artists, including Beth Ellis, Howard Rose, Steve Lamposona and Maryann Heinzen.
Visit www.nancyfabrizio.com to see more of Fabrizio’s artwork.
Thursday, 02 October 2014 00:00
As high school students are just getting back to the routine of being back in class, several of Floral Park’s former students are now beginning their new lives after college. Floral Park’s 2010 high school graduates have now finished college and entered “the real world.” Despite a fickle job market, Floral Park Memorial graduate, Christopher Clarke has found work in downtown Boston, MA at a company called Amino Apps.
“I began as a marketing intern over the summer and am now a full-time member of the team doing inbound marketing and community management work,” said Clarke, a Duke University graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology.
Thursday, 25 September 2014 09:55
The Nassau County Robbery Squad detectives are investigating a bank robbery that occurred on Wednesday, Sept. 17 which occurred at 5:40 p.m. in Floral Park.
According to detectives, a black, male subject entered the Capital One Bank, 170 Tulip Ave. and approached a teller. The subject produced a handgun and demanded money. After obtaining an undisclosed about of cash, the subject fled the bank and was last seen heading southbound on Plainfield Ave. The subject was described as being 35 to 40 years old, 6’ tall, stocky build, wearing a dark colored baseball cap, sunglasses, a white T-shirt and dark pants, During the incident there were four employees and one customer present. No injuries were reported.