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    The Naramore Art Show celebrates art created by Seattle Public Schools middle and high school students.

    Art gallery tip: Click the images in each gallery to see a larger image.

    Student sculptureStudent sculptureI wanted to create a feeling of discomfort in my sculpture so I put my hand into the tensest position I could and added a spooky face. During this artistic journey, I learned that pushing your boundaries to uncomfortable places can lead to uncomfortable sculptures.

    OJ Byrd, 9th Grade, The Center School , "Zip It"

    OJ Byrd, 9th Grade, The Center School , "Zip It"

    Student Artwork

    Amira Khalif, 10th Grade, Chief Sealth High School, "Container"

    Student Artwork

    Elisa Antonio Hernandez, 10th Grade, Chief Sealth High School, "Scilly's Sea Schell"

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    Edgar Cazares, 12th Grade, Cleveland High School

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    Logan Almarez, 10th Grade, Cleveland High School, "Untitled"

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    Melodie Rose Lahmeyer, 12th Grade, Ingraham High School, "Bust"

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    Anvita Deenadayalan, 10th Grade, Lincoln High School, "My Mushroom House"

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    Taisun Julius, 10th Grade, Lincoln High School, "Shark"

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    Stella Jacobs, 9th Grade, Lincoln High School, "Untitled"

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    Carolina Scheft, 11th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Positive Thoughts"

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    Teryn Wells, 10th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Untitled"

    Student sculptureStudent sculptureStudent sculptureEver since I was a kid I've been kinda obsessed with the dichotomy between the innocence of children and the harsh violence of guns. Things like nerf guns and videogames were fun as a kid but what are they saying about gun violence? That is what inspired my piece. I wanted to highlight the soft innocence of the toddler hand vs. the violence of the hand motion.

    Molly Cain, 10th grade, The Center School, "Baby Gun"

    Molly Cain, 10th grade, The Center School, "Baby Gun"

    Molly Cain, 10th grade, The Center School, "Baby Gun"

    Student ArtworkStudent ArtworkThis piece was inspired by a painting I saw of two koi fishes jumping out of water. I really liked the idea of a koi fish jumping out of water, so I made it in the form of a bowl and cup.

    Kim Nguyen, 10th Grade, Chief Sealth High School, "Koi and Splash Bowl"

    Kim Nguyen, 10th Grade, Chief Sealth High School, "Koi and Splash Bowl"

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    Kelly Le, 12th Grade, Chief Sealth High School, "Two Tumblers"

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    Aisha Warsame, 9th Grade, Chief Sealth High School, "Africa"

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    Jackson Liu, 12th Grade, Cleveland High School, "Amaterasu"

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    Ruby Strickland, 12th Grade, Ingraham High School, "Fast Fashion"

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    Alex Bourdeau-Helfrich, 10th Grade, Lincoln High School, "Flesh Fish"

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    Lucy Laybourn, 10th Grade, Lincoln High School, "Untitled"

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    Victoria Garcia, 10th Grade, Lincoln High School, "Avocado Bowl"

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    Adrian Shaw, 12th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Asexuality Pride Dragon"

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    Julianna Horne, 11th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Color Experiment"

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    Natalia Frazier, 11th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Crown of Flowers"