Santino Invites Residents to Artists’ Exhibit at Town Hall; Paintings Feature Levy Preserve, Other Long Island Landscapes

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Hempstead Town Supervisor Anthony J. Santino is inviting residents to check out the stunning works of two local artists, Susie Alvey and Theodora Zavala, at Town Hall during the month of April. The artists are renowned for their landscape paintings of the Norman J. Levy Preserve and other Long Island areas.

“The Town of Hempstead is fortunate to be featuring the beautiful paintings of Susie Alvey and Theodora Zavala from April 1st through April 28th,” stated Supervisor Santino. “Residents will certainly recognize the landscapes of many of these works, and I encourage visitors to come and see the artwork.”

Alvey and Zavala has been painting for more than a decade, and their works have been featured throughout the New York area. They have been greatly inspired by the beauty of Levy Preserve, an award-winning plant and wildlife sanctuary located in the heart of Hempstead Town.

Residents seeking to view the artwork (Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.) should enter on the ground floor of Town Hall, located at 1 Washington Street in Hempstead.