Justin Lopez, Grade 5. Emu, Watercolor collage. Eden Park Elementary School, art teacher Paige Nelson.
May 6 – July 23, 2023
Located on the third floor of The Baker Museum, in The Blair Foundation Gallery and in the first floor John and Jeanne Rowe Performance and Learning Center
The 14th Annual Student Exhibition includes approximately 200 works by local public, private and home school students, grades kindergarten through 12. A broad array of media, including painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, ceramics and photography are 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 community.
Located in third floor of The Baker Museum, The Blair Foundation Gallery and the first floor John and Jeanne Rowe Performance and Learning Center.
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Kendja Louisius, Grade 8. Rue de Fleur, Mixed media. Manatee Middle School, art teacher Maryann Clark.
Emiliana Sainz, Grade 8. This and That, Tempera paint. Immokalee Middle School, art teacher Diane Grady.
Esther Urrego, Grade 7. Flowers, String art. Cypress Palm Middle School, art teacher Daniel Riveron.
Christelle Oris, Grade 12. Belle Fleur, White earthenware clay. Golden Gate High School, art teacher Diane Ferguson.
Emma Costa, Grade 12. Ghost Flowers, Photography and Photoshop. Lorenzo Walker Technical Institute High School, art teacher Richard Ponton.
Emanuel Zambrano, Grade 11. Untitled, Digital. Palmetto Ridge High School, art teacher Adriana Flores.
Ruby Portner, Grade 1. Under the Sea Me, Mixed media. The Village School of Naples, art teacher Karen Shaw.
Jada Cyruis, Grade 5. Study for Stained Glass Design, Ink. The Village School of Naples, art teacher Karen Shaw.
This presentation of the 14th Annual Student Exhibition
has been organized by Artis—Naples, The Baker Museum.