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Fifteenth Annual Student Exhibition


Dylan Goldstone, Grade 10. Self Portrait, Ripped magazines and mixed media on paper. Seacrest Country Day School, art teacher Jenya Raytses

Dylan Goldstone, Grade 10. Self Portrait, Ripped magazines and mixed media on paper. Seacrest Country Day School, art teacher Jenya Raytses.

 

May 11 – June 30, 2024

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 15th 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.


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Selected Works

5th Grade Group Project. Starry Night, Plastic marker caps and recycled material. St. Elizabeth Seton School, art teacher Christina Grün.

5th Grade Group Project. Starry Night, Plastic marker caps and recycled material. St. Elizabeth Seton School, art teacher Christina Grün.

Angelynn Gonzalez, Grade 9. Posterized Portrait, Acrylic. Aubrey Rogers High School, art teacher Shannon Green

Angelynn Gonzalez, Grade 9. Posterized Portrait, Acrylic. Aubrey Rogers High School, art teacher Shannon Green.

Olivia Obrochta, Grade 11. Gnome Tea Time, Stoneware clay and low fire glaze. Golden Gate High School, art teacher Diane Ferguson.

Olivia Obrochta, Grade 11. Gnome Tea Time, Stoneware clay and low fire glaze. Golden Gate High School, art teacher Diane Ferguson.

Sophia Osondu, Grade 6. Under the Sea, Watercolor. Manatee Middle School, art teacher Maryann Clark.

Sophia Osondu, Grade 6. Under the Sea, Watercolor. Manatee Middle School, art teacher Maryann Clark.

Allie Rubinton, Grade 9. Old Streets, Pen and ink on paper. Seacrest Country Day School, art teacher Jenya Raytses.

Allie Rubinton, Grade 9. Old Streets, Pen and ink on paper. Seacrest Country Day School, art teacher Jenya Raytses.


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This presentation of the 15th Annual Student Exhibition
has been organized by Artis—Naples, The Baker Museum.

This exhibition is generously sponsored by Carmen and Jim Campbell, Joyce Hagen and Donald Fites and Rick and Gayle Landuyt.

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