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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 Artwork

    Kendall Radford, 11th Grade, Ballard High School, "Untitled"

    Student Artwork

    Morgan White, 12th Grade, Ballard High School, "Untitled"

    Student Artwork

    Jade Cannon, 12th Grade, Cleveland High School, "Falling fomr the earth"

    Student ArtworkThis piece reflects the dualities of shapes and colors in life. Everything has multiple colors and shapes in it that complete it. While no physical object in nature is immortal, their shapes and colors are, which is why this piece is titled “Duality Immortality”.

    Clara Olson, 11th Grade, Franklin High School, "Dual Immortality"

    Student Artwork

    Charlot Born, 9th Grade, Roosevelt High Shool, "Hidden Treasure"

    Student Artwork

    Ariel Burns, 9th Grade, Roosevelt High School, "Personas"

    Student Artwork

    James Helm, 10th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Outside the Box"

    Student Artwork

    Ashly Brown, 11th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Portrait"

    Student Artwork

    Lucy Gerston, 10th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Portrait of a Syrian Refugee 'Sedra'"

    Student Artwork

    Natalie Hinkey, 11th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Now is Time to Relax"

    Student Artwork

    Gwen Marbet, 10th Grade, West Seattle High School, "It Will End"

    Student Artwork

    Hallie Elend, 12th Grade, Ballard High School, "Adventures of Hallie"

    Student ArtworkHive mind is a cut-paper piece inspired by a visualization of thoughts and anxiety. It was made from paper cut with an x-acto knife and layered to create positive and negative space. This was a medium I have not used before, but enjoyed. I like the simplicity and details that can be achieved with paper

    Katie Bishop, 10th Grade, The Center School, "What Dreams Are Made Of"

    Student ArtworkThis piece represents an ideal summer. A summer with no worries, responsibilities, or concerns. Because of the pandemic, that ideal summer is no longer realistic because the future is unknown. Summer apricot is a homage to what my life was once like during previous summers.

    Alexandra Lawson-Mangum, 11th Grade, Franklin High School, "Summer Apricot"

    Student Artwork

    Maude Liotta, 12th Grade, Roosevelt High School, "Human Nature"

    Student Artwork

    Audrey Sasser, 10th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Self Portraits"

    Student Artwork

    Bianca Custer, 12th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Mirror"

    Student Artwork

    Jora Tillman, 10th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Portrait of a Syrian Refugee 'Asia'"

    Student Artwork

    Cali Burton, 10th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Portrait of a Syrian Refugee 'Abdullah'"

    Student Artwork

    Kira Branch, 11th Grade, West Seattle High School, "I Stay At Work For You, Please Stay Home For Us"

    Student Artwork

    Daykia Knight, 12th Grade, West Seattle High School, "Self Portrait"