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Sixth Annual Student Exhibition

Ella Ojanovac, grade 5. Hot and Cold Color Landscape. Sharpie marker. Naples Christian Academy. Art teacher: Barbara McWilliams.

Selina Wagner, grade 10. Selin. Charcoal, wood. Barron Collier High. Art teacher: Pat Montague Smith.

Savannah Clark, grade 5. Midnight Moon Flower. Oil pastel and tissue paper on watercolor paper. Homeschoolers of Collier County. Art teacher's name: Mrs. Gena Smith.

Riley de Tschaschell, grade 6. Fall Trees. Acrylic. Naples Christian Academy. Art teacher: Barbara McWilliams.

A previous exhibition
at The Baker Museum

May 10, 2014 — July 6, 2014

The Sixth Annual Student Exhibition includes artwork by nearly 600 Collier County public and private school students, grades Pre-K through 12. A diverse array of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, animation and photography are on display.

Andrea Verti, grade 4. The Neighborhood. Tempera Paint. Calusa Park Elementary. Art Teacher: Ms. Meyers.

Kaylee Attwell, grade 12. Layered Landscape. Oil pastel. First Baptist Academy. Art teacher: Jennifer Devin.


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