Art for a rainy day

Educator Sean Linden, left, and AmeriCorps member with NESS Lauren Chacho, right, watch sixth grader Kelsey Gorbea, spray Rainworks over a stencil to create a seahorse on City Pier in New London on Thursday, June 7, 2018.  Students with Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in the NESS after-school program will add more artwork as they create more stencils in the next few days.  Rainworks, a superhydrophobic coating that is completely undetectable on a sunny day will appear every time it rains and lasts only 2-4 months.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
Educator Sean Linden, left, and AmeriCorps member with NESS Lauren Chacho, right, watch sixth grader Kelsey Gorbea, spray Rainworks over a stencil to create a seahorse on City Pier in New London on Thursday, June 7, 2018. Students with Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in the NESS after-school program will add more artwork as they create more stencils in the next few days. Rainworks, a superhydrophobic coating that is completely undetectable on a sunny day will appear every time it rains and lasts only 2-4 months. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Educator Sean Linden, left, and AmeriCorps member with NESS Lauren Chacho, right, watch sixth grader Kelsey Gorbea, spray Rainworks over a stencil to create a seahorse on City Pier in New London on Thursday, June 7, 2018.  Students with Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in the NESS after-school program will add more artwork as they create more stencils in the next few days.  Rainworks, a superhydrophobic coating that is completely undetectable on a sunny day will appear every time it rains and lasts only 2-4 months. 

AmeriCorps members with NESS Mark Losivio, left, Erika Edmiston, right, and sixth grader Ava Salcedo, second from right watch as fellow student, Jackson Albert, sprays Rainworks over a stencil to create compass on City Pier in New London on Thursday, June 7, 2018.  Students with Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in the NESS after-school program will add more artwork as they create more stencils in the next few days.  Rainworks, a superhydrophobic coating that is completely undetectable on a sunny day will appear every time it rains and lasts only 2-4 months.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)
AmeriCorps members with NESS Mark Losivio, left, Erika Edmiston, right, and sixth grader Ava Salcedo, second from right watch as fellow student, Jackson Albert, sprays Rainworks over a stencil to create compass on City Pier in New London on Thursday, June 7, 2018. Students with Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in the NESS after-school program will add more artwork as they create more stencils in the next few days. Rainworks, a superhydrophobic coating that is completely undetectable on a sunny day will appear every time it rains and lasts only 2-4 months. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

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