Aaliyah Smith, Conformity. Graphite. First Baptist Academy, Grade 12. Art teacher: Kaitlyn Handley
May 1 – July 25, 2021
Located in The Blair Foundation Gallery (third floor)
and the John and Jeanne Rowe Performance and Learning Center (first floor)
The 12th Annual Student Exhibition includes approximately 200 works by local public, private and home school students, grades pre-kindergarten through 12. A broad array of media, including painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, ceramics and photography is represented in this showcase of outstanding artwork created by talented student artists. Artis—Naples is honored to support art education and the local teachers who have inspired and encouraged students throughout our diverse community.
View this year’s Student Exhibition in the spectacular architectural setting of The Baker Museum expansion in The Blair Foundation Gallery (third floor) and the John and Jeanne Rowe Performance and Learning Center (first floor).
Advance Reservations Required
Please reserve your viewing time in advance.
Atlantis Acosta, Gummy Island. Photograph collage. Palmetto Ridge High School, Grade 12. Art teacher: Ms. Koral
Victoria Vultur, Birch Trees. Pastel. Sea Gate Elementary, Grade 4. Art teacher: Margaret Mankiewicz
Etna Bano, Lidded Flower Jar. Ceramics. Barron Collier High School, Grade 10. Art eacher: Leslie Loughran
Gisselle Abraham, Cityscape. Acrylic on canvas. Marco Island Academy, Grade 11. Art teacher: Rob Eder
Addisyn Touchette, Owl on a Branch. Bean and seed mosaic. First Baptist Academy, Grade 3. Art teacher: Linda Shaw
Jamie Trope, Balloons at the Station. Digital photography. Community School of Naples, Grade 12. Art teacher: Stacey Pezza
Lauren Whitener, Antelope Canyon. Digital photography. Community School of Naples, Grade 12. Art teacher: Stacey Pezza
Pilar Healey, Nico Rosa, Aimee Ho, Quinn Rexwinkle, Les Fauves Giraffes. Oil crayon and watercolor. St. Ann School, Grade 3. Art teacher: Christina Grün
This presentation of the 12th Annual Student Exhibition
has been organized by Artis—Naples, The Baker Museum.