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Thirteenth Annual Student Exhibition


Fabiola Tepox Perez. Untitled, Acrylic. Naples High School, Grade 11. Art teacher: Chelon Perez-Benitoa.

Fabiola Tepox Perez. Untitled, Acrylic. Naples High School, Grade 11. Art teacher: Chelon Perez-Benitoa.

Currently on exhibition

May 7 – July 24

Located in The Blair Foundation Gallery (third floor)
and the John and Jeanne Rowe Performance and Learning Center (first floor)


The 13th 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).


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Selected Works

Hannah Finman. Multiple Exposure, Digital photography. Naples High School, Grade 9. Art teacher: Daniella Rosset.

Hannah Finman. Multiple Exposure, Digital photography. Naples High School, Grade 9. Art teacher: Daniella Rosset.

Hannah Ulrich. Jellyfish Dance, Watercolor resist. Osceola Elementary School, Grade 4. Art teacher: Shannon Green.

Hannah Ulrich. Jellyfish Dance, Watercolor resist. Osceola Elementary School, Grade 4. Art teacher: Shannon Green.

Bay Bazile. Impressions, Mixed media. Manatee Middle School, Grade 6. Art teacher: Maryann Clark.

Bay Bazile. Impressions, Mixed media. Manatee Middle School, Grade 6. Art teacher: Maryann Clark.

Shinica Saint-Louis. Girl in Sumi-e, Sumi-e and watercolor on canvas. Immokalee High School, Grade 10. Art teacher: Casey Ellis-Mackenzie.

Shinica Saint-Louis. Girl in Sumi-e, Sumi-e and watercolor on canvas. Immokalee High School, Grade 10. Art teacher: Casey Ellis-Mackenzie.

Annamarie Jasso. Untitled, Digital art. Palmetto Ridge High School, Grade 12. Art teacher: Adriana Flores.

Annamarie Jasso. Untitled, Digital art. Palmetto Ridge High School, Grade 12. Art teacher: Adriana Flores.

Hiedi Diaz-Arona. Fresh Air, Tempera paint. North Naples Middle School, Grade 7. Art teacher: Gina Nesbit.

Hiedi Diaz-Arona. Fresh Air, Tempera paint. North Naples Middle School, Grade 7. Art teacher: Gina Nesbit.

Maile Mckeon. Untitled, Digital art. Palmetto Ridge High, Grade 12. Art teacher: Adriana Flores.

Maile Mckeon. Untitled, Digital art. Palmetto Ridge High, Grade 12. Art teacher: Adriana Flores.

Matthew Segarra. Self-Portrait, Tempera and Sharpie. Laurel Oak Elementary, Grade 3. Art teacher: Sebastian Melendez.

Matthew Segarra. Self-Portrait, Tempera and Sharpie. Laurel Oak Elementary, Grade 3. Art teacher: Sebastian Melendez.

Jesus Leon. Analogous Hands, Digital art. Naples High School, Grade 10. Art teacher: Daniella Rosset.

Jesus Leon. Analogous Hands, Digital art. Naples High School, Grade 10. Art teacher: Daniella Rosset.

Esmerelda Gonzalez. Lemon Splash, Photography. Immokalee High School, Grade 12. Art teacher: Casey Ellis-Mackenzie.

Esmerelda Gonzalez. Lemon Splash, Photography. Immokalee High School, Grade 12. Art teacher: Casey Ellis-Mackenzie.


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This presentation of the 13th Annual Student Exhibition
has been organized by Artis—Naples, The Baker Museum.

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