The Westbrook Art Department is presenting “Your Story,” by senior Trina Sayed.

The installation is a series of black-and-white, large-format portraits featuring the Westbrook High School student body. The project has been a two-year process that recognizes and celebrates the growing diversity in Westbrook.

Some of Sayed’s portraits are hanging in WHS’ National Art Honor Society Gallery. They will remain there until the end of the school year in June. Several portraits were also displayed along the east side of the building facing Olmsted Field, though many were taken down because of inclement weather.

In a statement, Sayed said she began her project last year after studying how language and art influence a person’s perception of the world.

“Through my research of art activism, I came across J.R’s Inside Out project,” she said in the statement. “It is a global art project that allows individuals to make a statement for a cause they feel passionate about. Over the past two years, I have been developing a photo installation that embraces our diverse community.”