High School Art Students Exhibit 2022

Honoring San Antonio's High School Art Students and Teachers

Curated by Jack Robbins

The goal of this exhibit is to showcase works by art students chosen by the art instructors from Northside ISD high schools participating in dual credit at NVC.

For more information contact Jack Robbins jrobbins@alamo.edu
Presented by Northwest Vista College Fine Arts Program

Clark High School Art Exhibit 2022

Artwork by Students from
Thomas C. Clark High School (NISD)

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Just a Little Overwhelmed
Just a Little Overwhelmed

by Kaitlyn Endicott
Mixed Media, 2022
22” X 16”
Teacher: Brandy González-Kee


Circle in the Sun
Circle in the Sun

by Anna Slivestre
Digital, 2022
10” X 15”
Teacher: Brandy González-Kee


Grieving Storm
Grieving Storm

by Dylan Chavarria
Mixed Media, 2022
12” X 9”
Teacher: Brandy González-Kee


Erasure and Resilience
Erasure and Resilience

by Jad Edelbi
Graphite and Charcoal, 2022
18” X 24”
Teacher: Brandy González-Kee


Too Beautiful to Eat
Too Beautiful to Eat

by Mia Mendez
Colored Pencil, 2017
11” X 8”
Teacher: Brandy González-Kee


Hallucinatory Adderation
Hallucinatory Adderation

by Kaitlyn Endicott
Graphite and Tempera, 2022
18” X 24”
Teacher: Brandy González-Kee


Star Child
Star Child

by Dylan Chavarria
Colored Pencil and Pen, 2022
5.5” X 5.5”
Teacher: Brandy González-Kee


Urban Explorers Club
Urban Explorers Club

by Dylan Chavarria
Colored Pencil and Pen, 2022
7.25” X 5.5”
Teacher: Brandy González-Kee

Marshall High School Art Exhibit 2022

Artwork by Students from
John Marshall High School (NISD)

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The New Beginning
The New Beginning

by Bariyah Hardin-Johnson
Charcoal on Paper, 2022
24” X 18”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez


Little Lady
Little Lady

by Neyomi Gonzalez
Charcoal on Paper, 2022
24” X 18”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez


Snickering Smile
Snickering Smile

by Trinity Wentworth
Charcoal, Conte Crayon on Paper, 2022
24” X 18”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez


Mario
Mario

by Jesus Castillo Flores
Charcoal on Paper, 2022
24” X 18”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez


Untrue Smiles
Untrue Smiles

by Alaina Rabago Schulze
Charcoal on Paper, 2022
24” X 18”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez


Euphoric
Euphoric

by Alejandro Jesus Torres
Charcoal on Paper, 2022
18” X 12”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez


Big Home, Small Hopes
Big Home, Small Hopes

by Muska Wali
Pen on Paper
12” X 9”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez


Toucandy
Toucandy

by Payton Hile
Mixed Media on Paper
12” X 9”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez


Painful Expectations
Painful Expectations

by Emberlynn Minner
Photograph
18” X 24”
Teacher: Dr. Andra Ramirez

 
ComArts High School Art Exhibit 2022

Artwork by Students from
Communication Arts High School (NISD)

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Fruits and Insects (Rachel Ruysch)
Fruits and Insects
(Rachel Ruysch)

by Isabel Sazera,
12th grade

“Ruysch was a mother to ten children and was still able to create masterpieces which granted her international and domestic acclaim. Fruit and Insects is likely a part of the AP 250 because of Ruysch's careful demonstrations of detail in still life paintings, especially floral ones, which often contained flowers, fruits, and insects that would never encounter each other in life naturally.”


Improvisation 28 (Kandinsky)
Improvisation 28
(Vasily Kandinsky)

by Araceli Quintero,
12th grade

“The letter stands for Kandinsky and his artwork Improvisation 28. This piece is expressionism and has biblical aspects within the painting. Additionally, it pertains to music and its influence on making art. Kandinsky is famous for his abstract line work and geometric shapes and colors within his art.”


The Scream (Munch)
The Scream
(Edvard Munch)

by Makenzi Luna,
12th grade

“The letter shows the iconic piece of 'The Scream' by Edvard Munch showcasing the iconic agonizing face to depict anxiety within human conditions. The Scream is part of Ap 250 because of Edvard's attention to details in expression, rather than colors, to help symbolize and push the feelings he wanted to express onto others to gaze upon with his structure to how it is laid out and usage of body language in them.”