Freeport art students check into hospital for month-long exhibit Rex Rutkoski Mon., January 28, 2019 12:00 a.m. | Monday, January 28, 2019 12:00 a.m. Photos: Submitted Brianna Tolla, a Freeport sophomore, likes to work in pastels. Photos: Submitted “I hope that people find something in the art, whether it be inspiration or emotion, any kind of reaction is what I am looking for,” says Joshua Keller, a Freeport senior. Photos: Submitted Freeport sophomore Brianna Tolla appreciates that, through her art, "I am able to express myself however I want." Photos: Submitted The eyes have it in Freeport High senior Mattie Welteroth’s “All You Need Is Love,” a tribute to Paul McCartney. It was rendered, she says, “with an everyday pencil.” Photos: Submitted Freeport sophomore Stephanie Meyer created this pencil drawing of a balloon animal bunny. Photos: Submitted This is Freeport junior Allison Breski’s scratch art portrait of a roaring cheetah. Daily Gallery Easter egg painting tradition alive in Germany A curated collection of photojournalism from around the region, nation and world.