Student Surrealist Art Exhibit Online: 2024 Statewide

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May 5, 2024 – Indefinitely

“fears and fascinations of the fantastic”

Initiated in 1985, this annual juried art exhibition presents work by Florida middle and high school students invited to explore ideas inspired by the work of Salvador Dalí and Surrealism. Students are asked to experiment with such surrealist techniques as visual transformation, dislocation and symbolism.

This year’s theme, “Fears and Fascinations of the Fantastic,” encourages students to explore the irrational, the spontaneous, the marvelous, the enigmatic and the dreamlike. The Fantastic is a genre characterized by monsters and demons, dreams and temptations, the fragmented body and the supernatural. Artists associated with the Fantastic stretch back to the 1500s and include diverse figures such as Hieronymus Bosch, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Francisco Goya, Paul Klee and Salvador Dalí. 

Several key themes of the Fantastic are monsters and demons, dreams and temptations, the fragmented body and the supernatural. The Fantastic creates a moment of doubt or confusion for the viewer, making one unsure about what is being seen; it is the familiar made strange. Dalí once said, “…I try to create fantastical things, magical things, things like in a dream. The world needs more fantasy.” With this exhibit, our student artists now join this tradition. 

The Museum’s juried student exhibitions and receptions are funded by a generous gift from an anonymous donor and in part from a program endowment fund established by the Craig and Jan Sher Philanthropic Fund.  Additional support for this educational program comes from our Museum corporate partner, Bloomin’ Brands.


Middle School
Alphabetical order by school
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Nightmares by Miley Rivera

Miley Rivera
Nightmares

Colored Pencil
Avon Park Middle School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Margaret (Mandie) Pierce
Grade 6

Nightmares. It was inspired by stories of mythical creatures, the galaxy, and most importantly the mind and its dreams. My artwork symbolizes the mind as a wall with sticky notes for ideas and thoughts and cracks, vines, venom and eyes are for my worries and fears. With colored pencils and time, I was able to make what you see now.


Ignorant bliss by Audrey Toerner

Audrey Toerner
Ignorant Bliss
Digital
Bell Creek Academy
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: Richard Runas
Grade 8

What’s worse than hundreds of eyes staring back at you? These eyes belong to hundreds of faces. In what may appear welcoming at first, this artwork features a twist of scopophobia (the fear of being watched) and thalassophobia (the fear of large or intense bodies of water). This multimedia piece features digital art and Photoshop, all with pictures taken by the artist.


Cars are fun by Dagny Scott

Dagny Scott
Cars are Fun

Digital Art
Bell Creek Academy
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: Richard Runas
Grade 8

I was inspired by a friend of mine and her fascination with cars. She loves everything about them: the mechanics, the models, the history. I find cars interesting because of the psychology behind them. Supposedly, cars’ “facial features” are not accidental. These “faces” are to make these giant machines seem more inviting and friendly. So, I put a human face on a car. The product is very off-putting, and very fitting for this prompt. Place this abomination in a colorful void filled with skeletons and watchful eyes, and you’ve got a scene straight out of a fever dream.


Family dinner by  Elena Ceballos

Elena Ceballos
Family Dinner
Collage
Bell Creek Academy
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: Richard Runas
Grade 7

The art piece I’m entering is a collage of a family dinner. This piece represents having a conversation with people who do not understand you and your beliefs or interests, and generally feeling out of place. The food represents excuses to interact with people, and a way to avoid conversation. The silverware is stuck in a room of conversation and excuses, where it’d rather just keep quiet. Alas, the silverware never speaks its own mind because it fears its opinions will be judged by the people around it.


The Osceola County and Validation of Pollination by Liana Garcia

Liana Garcia
The Osceola County and Validation of Pollination
Pen and Watercolor
Buddy Taylor Middle School
Flagler County
Art Teacher: Megan Kisner
Grade 8

There were a multitude thoughts and ideas speeding through my mind before creating this. I find it important to note that I wanted to showcase the importance of our eight-legged friends. Spiders are one of the most overlooked and underappreciated organisms on the planet. They do so many notable and honorable things for our ecosystem and yet they are the second most stepped on.


Untitled by Rowan Morie

Rowan Morie
Untitled
Mixed Media
Buffalo Creek Middle School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Tatiana Hernandez
Grade 7

What inspired me was that, when I finished the base of my artwork, I thought that it looked like monsters. Some elements of my artwork connected with the Fantastic because most of it was made up of monsters, and I believe some people are interested in monsters.


Blooming Salamander by Cadence Bond

Cadence Bond
Blooming Salamander
Prismacolor Markers
Conway Middle School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Amanda Morehead
Grade 8


Retro Fear by Andy Rivera

Andy Rivera
Retro Fear
Digital Art
Dr. Mona Jain Middle School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Katelyn Reyes
Grade 7

Retro Fear was completed throughout five days and was inspired by the genre of analog horror, though not any specific video in particular. This piece was created by emulating movie posters to represent overly complex emotions. I wanted to explore fears through color and by using a glitch effect with these colors. My intention was to make viewers feel uneasy.


Chromatic Mantis by Katarina Paben

Katarina Paben
Chromatic Mantis
Colored Pencil
Dr. Mona Jain Middle School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Denise Mueller
Grade 8

Inspired by the contortions of my brows striving for presentability. The grotesque head mirrors my brain’s volcano, ever on the brink of eruption. Its visage is borrowed from “A Bug’s Life,” echoing my dread of mere existence. Bugs, those murky cleaners, dodge inquiry, their consciousness a puzzle even to themselves. My creation is a caricature of my future self, a clownish figure with bulging eyes amid surreal juxtapositions like a magical eight-ball in a vibrant tiled wall.



The Night Watcher by Mahi Patel

Mahi Patel
The Night Watcher
Digital Art
Florida Virtual School
Nassau County
Art Teacher: Trevis Williams
Grade 6

Inspired by spooky night skies and eerie movies, I created this mysterious artwork. The creature, with its glowing eyes and wiggly tentacles, seems to emerge from the dark forest under the moonlight. It’s a blend of fantasy and horror, inviting viewers into a realm where reality blurs with imagination. The moon and stars add to the mystical atmosphere, connecting my work to the Fantastic.


Cat in a cozy cabin by Addison Shelton

Addison Shelton
Cat in a Cozy Cabin
AI Prompt Generated Digital Art
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Lisa Pearce
Grade 6

I was inspired by my love of cats and cooking, so I made a realistic cat cooking a fish in a cozy cabin. I responded to the theme by imagining something I would like to see in real life; this is a fantasy theme because cats can’t cook. Also, did you know that cats can’t taste sweetness, are lactose intolerant, and that tuna is really bad for them?


Benjamin Mills
Under the Ocean on Planet Trigon
Digital Art
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Amanda Crossley
Grade 6

I was inspired by the ocean and the planets. I made an underwater alien riding a motorcycle away from his carrot house because two little worms kicked him out. I used my imagination to think of all the things that I put in the artwork. All of it connects with the Fantastic because you might see worms living in a carrot house with an alien riding a motorcycle on a different planet.



Futakuchi-Onna by Bryn Banks

Bryn Banks
Futakuchi-Onna
Painting
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Karen Sanchez
Grade 6

I was inspired immediately with my final theme, a Japanese yokai by the name “Futakuchi-onna.” After some minor brainstorming, I drew a sketch and continued until I was satisfied. The theme “Fears and Fascinations of the Fantastic” sounds like a broad prompt. I believe my illustration fits, because wouldn’t you be afraid if you sprouted a mouth on the back of your head?


Mirror in the City by Eden Violet Jo Martin

Eden Violet Jo Martin
Mirror in the City
Drawing
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Michelle Calapa
Grade 7

What inspired my artwork was the theme “Fears and Fascinations of the Fantastic,” and I thought of a mirror because mirror images in an artwork look fascinating. I had never done anything with this theme before, so it took some time before I knew what I wanted to create, but I am very happy with my artwork and the theme. Whenever I see artwork that has a 3D aspect on a 2D paper or in a mirror, I think it’s really cool and fantastic, so I wanted to represent that in my art by making the buildings have that look.


The Recurring Future by Maria Toledo

Maria Toledo
The Recurring Future
Mixed Media
Glades Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Mirena Suarez
Grade 8

My artwork is about a girl going through a time where everything happens repeatedly. The fish represent other people that cannot save themselves and they are trying to help her. At her feet is a portal and she has wings on her back to remind her she can fly from this reoccurring future. The girl is trying to save herself repeatedly and trying to change her future, hence the title, The Reoccurring Future.


Unrequited Love by Amanda Valdes

Amanda Valdes
Unrequited Love
Digital Collage
Hammocks Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Katherine Martinez
Grade 8

While creating this art piece, I put together the first thing that came to mind; this is a technique called automatism. Automatism is where you create art without conscious thought, accessing material from the unconscious mind as part of the creative process. Unrequited Love depicts the intricate dance of emotions through symbolism. The hand reaching out signifies longing; the butterfly represents the cycle of life; the eye symbolizes observation and introspection; and the vintage letter hints at the passage of time and lost communication. This combination creates a poignant narrative of unreciprocated love, captured in a single frame of art.


A Whole New World by Madison Acosta

Madison Acosta
A Whole New World
Digital Collage
Hammocks Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Katherine Martinez
Grade 8

My piece is called A Whole New World. My inspiration was the boundless creativity and uninhibited imagination found in children’s minds. This piece is a digital collage. My process was not difficult because I knew what I wanted to include from the beginning. What I find unique about my piece is how it looks like you’re entering an entirely different universe full of mythical creatures. I make art to bring myself, as well as others, joy. I love making art because it allows me to express myself in ways words can’t. It lets me be free to create and show how I truly feel.



Oh Days by Gianna Andrushyn

Gianna Andrushyn
Oh Days
Digital Art
Highland Oaks Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Anna Weiss
Grade 7

I created this artwork because I have a lot of fears of the fantastic, as said in the theme, Fears and Fascinations of the Fantastic. I see the Fantastic as having unlimited possibilities, and those possibilities having something horrible hidden inside. The thing covering the person’s eyes means that the person is not able to focus on the good things, only bad. It means that people ignore the good things they have, and only focus on what is bothering them. My plan for this artwork was to incorporate a lot of meaning, but also including a lot of color and overlaying to add more depth.


Cat – Tastrophe by Dominic Cantu

Dominic Cantu
Wilson the Space Cat
Digital Art
Hill Gustat Middle School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Megan Ekenstedt
Grade 7

Wilson the Space Cat invites viewers on an interstellar journey where imagination meets reality. Through vibrant colors and bold imagery, this piece challenges perceptions of scale and perspective, prompting reflection on humanity’s place in the universe. As the Earth fractures, Wilson stands as a symbol of resilience and companionship amidst chaos, reminding us of the enduring bond between humans and animals. This artwork serves as a visual metaphor for the fragility of our planet and the power of connection in times of upheaval. I aim to evoke a sense of wonder and contemplation, inviting viewers to ponder the mysteries of existence and our role in shaping the world around us.


Wave to the Sky by Yesha Estudillo

Yesha Estudillo
Wave to the Sky
Marker
Jewett Middle Academy Magnet
Polk County
Art Teacher: Caitlin Friedenstein
Grade 7

I created my art from my fear of the ocean and creepy squids. My reference for the chaotic ocean is from the famous Japanese painting, The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai. The emotions I was trying to show for the artwork were chaotic and creepy. My goal was to create something that possesses a lot of meaning and color. The artwork I made did help me reach my goal.


Tuesday The 13th by Avelyn Estrada

Avelyn Estrada
Tuesday The 13th
Mix media art
Louise R. Johnson K-8, School of International Studies
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Elfi Garcia
Grade 8

This piece was inspired by a project where we researched superstitions in foreign countries, Chile inspired this piece. This artwork explores Fears and Fascinations of the Fantastic, incorporating the disorienting and demonic feel. The longer you look, the stranger and more “dreamlike” the piece becomes. Surrounded by light and dark clouds with jellyfish littering the page, each aspect of this piece has a story to tell. The surrealist techniques used were levitation, dislocation and transformation.


metamorphosis by Samantha Bruner

Samantha Bruner
metamorphosis
Pen and Alcohol Markers on Paper
Oak Hall School
Alachua County
Art Teacher: Becky Lancer
Grade 8

I wanted to imagine a reality in which the customary roles of animals and humans were switched, with the animals setting destruction on the human world. The work is meant to provoke thought about the effects humans have on nature. The drawing puts the monochromatic urban buildings against a backdrop of sunsets imbued with exaggerated, almost nuclear hues. Along with the brightly colored butterflies, this shows the stark contrast between the animal and human world.


An Endless Dream by Adriana Rodriguez

Adriana Rodriguez
An Endless Dream
Watercolor
Paul W Bell Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Lisa Oberlander
Grade 7

An Endless Dream demonstrates a dreamy, fantasy-like setting which is inspired by settings and plots I’ve seen only in my imagination and dreams. I added things I appreciate like butterflies, the night sky, and trees, joining everything into a way that looks surreal and dreamy. It connects with the Fantastic as it’s not something that would first come to mind when you think of the word “ordinary.” It’s more like “odd,” yet surrealistically dreamlike. It represents the beautiful scenarios in some dreams, yet the fear that you are not on Earth anymore and are stuck in theendless dream.


Cami Irwing
Blessings in Disguise
Colored Pencils
Rochelle School of the Arts
Polk County
Art Teacher: Simoni Limeira-Bonadies
Grade 7

I sketched this out just using a regular pencil. From my original sketch, I used Prismacolor pencils to create a background. After finishing the background, I colored the lowest snake green. It did not look appealing, so I changed it into black instead. This piece symbolizes that something that may upset you or anger you at the time may be for the better, as well as vice versa.


The Musician by Riyah Stull

Riyah Stull
The Musician
Colored Pencils and Soft Pastels
Rochelle School of the Arts
Polk County
Art Teacher: Simoni Limeira-Bonadies
Grade 8

For my artwork, I used Prismacolor pencils for the instruments and the ground. For the sky, l used soft pastels to give it more contrast. The man made of instruments represents his love for music of all kinds. The reason I used pencils was to get closer to the smaller details.


Mysterious Waters by Zoe Sweeney

Zoe Sweeney
Mysterious Waters
Colored Pencils
Rochelle School of the Arts
Polk County
Art Teacher: Simoni Limeira-Bonadies
Grade 8

I drew this using Prismacolor pencils, and the fish in this drawing represent all the unknown creatures under the depths of the water. This is surreal because of the upside-down coral reefs and odd fish with luscious hair.


Nosey Flower by Gabriel Garcia

Gabriel Garcia
Nosey Flower
Watercolor, Colored Pencils, Pen
Rowlett Middle Academy
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Brittany Braniger
Grade 6

I created a yellow flower with creepy eyes and spiky thorns. Holding the flower with thorns would be uncomfortable and can make the hands bleed. I also want the viewer to look inside the flower as if the sides of the petals are wilting and brown. Some of the worms are infected and have weird bumps on them as they come out of the flower. I created it with colored pencils, metallic Posca markers, metallic watercolor and Prismacolor pencils. The way it shows the theme of Fears and Fascinations of the Fantastic is because it includes eyes, spiky thorns and creepy infected worms, which can be visuals of fears.


Unnatural Order of Things by Mariacarla Abrue

Mariacarla Abrue
Unnatural Order of Things
Graphite and Colored Pencils on Paper
South Miami K-8 Center
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Xonia Regalado
Grade 6

My art piece, Unnatural Order of Things, can be interpreted as multiple things. There wasn’t a meaning at first; I was drawing for fun and drawing from the mind. Now, for my inspiration, I guess you could say that a little horror game I played with my friend inspired me as we discussed fears and fascinations.


Eating with My Eyes by Olivia Almedia

Olivia Almedia
Eating with My Eyes
Watercolor and Marker on Watercolor Paper
South Miami K-8 Center
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Xonia Regalado
Grade 6

My artwork, Eating with My Eyes, represents that we as humans can never see how much harm junk food does to us. This donut shows how our body sees harmful food in the stomach and traveling in our body while our health is struggling. I thought this exhibit’s name fit perfectly with what I could do, and I thought it was fun. I wanted to show a common food turned into a nightmare. The people in my painting with no eyes on the sides show that all of us are blind to our favorite foods, no matter the side effects.


Red Stained Paws by Jesse Pollard

Jesse Pollard
Red Stained Paws
Colored Pencil on Paper
Trinity Christian School
Palm Beach County
Art Teacher: Rose Westley
Grade 7

I was inspired to incorporate the detail of elephant legs in Salvador Dalí’s painting, The Elephants, because they reminded me of spiders. I connected my fear of spiders, my fascination with their legs and the fantastic into one puzzle. Red stained paws is the name so that your imagination can decide what the fox’s paws are stained by. Unusually named, disorienting landscape, and the irrational thought that things are floating all show the fantastic.



World Next Door by Rilyn Baugh

Rilyn Baugh
World Next Door
Digital Art
Wedgefield School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Ellen Kramer
Grade 8

When creating this art piece, I wanted to tie into the idea that anything is possible and relate it to the phrase, “you never know what’s behind closed doors.” I did this by using the sets of doors entering into different worlds, both good and bad. I placed these worlds into an empty desert because I liked that it placed an extra emphasis on the different sceneries within the doors. To me, this artwork represents curiosity, the many wonders of life, and how different paths can lead you to different adventures.


All Seeing Jellyfish by Lucas Hurtado

Lucas Hurtado
All Seeing Jellyfish
Watercolor on Paper
Winston Park K-8 Center
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Isabel Sigarroa
Grade 8


Dark Dreams in a Field of Brightness by Chantel Canales

Chantel Canales
Dark Dreams in a Field of Brightness
Sharpie and Colored Pencil
Winthrop Charter School
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: Jill Maxwell
Grade 7

I was inspired to create this artwork by thinking about how people have different personalities inside, when on the outside they act like completely different people. I used the theme to show what inspired me by creating a spiral showing different sides. I used the surreal technique of levitation to make it stand out.


Marvin's Eater by Madison Vogelsong

Madison Vogelsong
Marvin’s Eater
Colored Pencil and Watercolor
Winthrop Charter School
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: Jill Maxwell
Grade 8

Marvin’s Eater is an illustration of a story made with these little characters.  The worm woman is rushing into a small cavern outside in the backyard.  The three boys are fleeing but unfortunately, Marvin, the butterfly boy in the center, gets eaten, hence the name. 


High School
Alphabetical order by school


Mango oh OH by Leonor Steinberger

Leonor Steinberger
Mango oh OH

Acrylic Paint
All Saints Academy
Polk County
Art Teacher: Nancy Fonseca
Grade 10


Speaking My Mind by Luis Herrera

Luis Herrera
Speaking My Mind

Oil Paint
AP Mays Conservatory of the Arts
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Gerald Obregon
Grade 10


That Winning Smile by Yirabel Rodriguez

Yirabel Rodriguez
That Winning Smile
Acrylic
AP Mays Conservatory of the Arts
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Gerald Obregon
Grade 11


Let Me Bleed by Nathan Ponce

Nathan Ponce
Let Me Bleed
Mixed Media on Canvas
Bay High School
Bay County
Art Teacher: Amanda Hunt
Grade 12


Death of Our Mother by Reagan Miller

Reagan Miller
Death of Our Mother
Gouache on Canvas
Bay High School
Bay County
Art Teacher: Amanda Hunt
Grade 12


Beauty in Depths by Pantharee Sukeenit

Pantharee Sukeenit
Beauty in Depths
Ink and Watercolor
Bell Creek Academy
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: Charles Cawley
Grade 11


Untitled by Lilly Young

Lilly Young
Untitled

Photography
Celebration High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Chelsea Glidden
Grade 11


The Bogeyman by Lucas Pereira

Lucas Pereira
The Bogeyman
Acrylic on Canvas Paper
Celebration High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Judith Maiorana Landin
Grade 12


Scopophobia by Skakira Ali

Skakira Ali
Scopophobia

Gouache Paint
Celebration High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Grace Baldwin
Grade 9


More Than Cats and Dogs by Amy Sanchez

Amy Sanchez
More Than Cats and Dogs
Colored Pencil
Coral Reef Senior High School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Perri Cox
Grade 10



I'm Happier Than Ever by Bianca Li

Bianca Li
I’m Happier Than Ever
Digital Art
Coral Reef Senior High School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Perri Cox
Grade 10


Orange Duck by Matthew Escutia

Matthew Escutia
Orange Duck
Color Pencil
Coral Reef Senior High School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Perri Cox
Grade 10


Rotten to the Core by Kaylee McGonigal

Kaylee McGonigal
Rotten to the Core
Colored Pencil
DeLand High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Bryan Carson
Grade 11


Judgement by Arden Yu

Arden Yu
Judgement
Acrylic
Dr. Phillips High School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Abigail Callaway
Grade 12


Ominously Beautiful Water by Blissany Williams

Blissany Williams
Ominously Beautiful Water
Watercolor
Dr. Phillips High School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Abigail Callaway
Grade 11



Surreal Mushrooms by Miguel Urdaneta Mendoza

Miguel Urdaneta Mendoza
Surreal Mushrooms
Mixed Media
Dr. Phillips High School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Abigail Callaway
Grade 12



What Lies Underneath by Ashlee Barrett

Ashlee Barrett
What Lies Underneath
Digital Art
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Nicholas Tangredi
Grade 11


Hearing And speaking only to be bleed by Britney Roman Negrin

Britney Roman Negrin
Hearing and Speaking Only to Be Bleed
Painting
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Mavy Torres
Grade 9


Moonlit Dreams by Gilia E. Rivas

Gilia E. Rivas
Moonlit Dreams
Digital Art
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Jessica Sumner
Grade 11



Beneath the Ocean’s Grasp by Jonathan C. Pine

Jonathan C. Pine
Beneath the Ocean’s Grasp
Drawing
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Kimberly Looper
Grade 9


The Effects Of The Fantastic by Laina Cyrus

Laina Cyrus
The Effects Of The Fantastic
Digital Art
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Brittany Williams
Grade 10


Lily M Campbell
Wary Oasis
Painting
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Abby Kolsea
Grade 11


Hillside by Netherland Morales

Netherland Morales
Hillside
Drawing
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Sabrina Bartholomay
Grade 11


Noelle Thomas by Reflection

Noelle Thomas
Reflection
Digital Art
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Tiffiny Coffey
Grade 10


Parasitic Promised Land by Stephanie Whiteman

Stephanie Whiteman
Parasitic Promised Land
Digital Art
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Rachel Fontaine
Grade 12


Briana Sue France
Trapped in a daydream
Digital Art
FLVS
Orange County
Art Teacher: Jessica Sumner
Grade 12


Jonalexy Colon by Fruit Filled Fantasy

Jonalexy Colon
Fruit Filled Fantasy
Acrylic on Mat Board
Gateway High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: James Jacobson
Grade 11



Wild Dessert by Kaitlyn Rosa

Kaitlyn Rosa
Wild Dessert
Watercolor, Graphite, and Ink
Gateway High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Joseph M Trask
Grade 11


Arachnid Dream in Soy by Keira Jimenez-Rodriguez

Keira Jimenez-Rodriguez
Arachnid Dream in Soy
Soy Sauce on Paper
Gateway High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: James Jacobson
Grade 10


Breath of Fresh Flowers by Stephanie Cruz

Stephanie Cruz
Breath of Fresh Flowers
Colored Pencil
Gateway High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Joseph M Trask
Grade 9


Night Terror by Caleigh Kelby

Caleigh Kelby
Night Terror
Markers and Pencil
Hudson High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Pamela Haberkorn
Grade 12


Night Terror by Caleigh Kelby


Currently untitled by Hannah Amodio

Hannah Amodio
Currently untitled
Mixed Media
Hudson High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Faith Neris
Grade 12


Sea, Swallow Me by Maya Pion

Maya Pion
Sea, Swallow Me
Mixed Media
Jupiter Community High School
Palm Beach County
Art Teacher: Sarah Knudston
Grade 12


Dining Out by Emi Smith

Emi Smith
Dining Out
Photography and Digital Art
Kirkland Ranch Academy of Innovation
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Christine Munoz
Grade 9


Gape by Jenna Backus

Jenna Backus
Gape
Photography, Digital Art and Pencil
Kirkland Ranch Academy of Innovation
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Christine Munoz
Grade 10



People Pleaser by Valerie Noriega

Valerie Noriega
People Pleaser
Digital Art, Watercolor, Pen and Alcohol Markers
Kirkland Ranch Academy of Innovation
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Christine Munoz
Grade 10


Feeling of Judgement (they are always watching) by Jayden Belinger

Jayden Belinger
Feeling of Judgement (They Are Always Watching)
Acrylic
Lake Mary High School
Seminole County
Art Teacher: Karen LeBlanc
Grade 11


Out of my Mind by Addison Knoll

Addison Knoll
Out of my Mind
Graphite and Watercolors
Lakewood Ranch High School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Adela Salas
Grade 9


The Voices by Stefano Sanchez

Stefano Sanchez
The Voices
Graphite on Paper
Miami Beach Senior High School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Grace Cox
Grade 9


Flowers are Watching by Chloe Garcia

Chloe Garcia
Flowers are Watching
Digital Art
NeoCity Academy
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Michael Mistler
Grade 9


Self Portrait by Daniel Ijaopo

Daniel Ijaopo
Self Portrait
Digital Art
NeoCity Academy
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Geoffrey von Rentzell
Grade 9


Zipline by Isaac Osorio Orozco

Isaac Osorio Orozco
Zipline
Digital Art
NeoCity Academy
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Natalie Menedez
Grade 9


The Looming Temptations of Depression by Madison O'Keefe

Madison O’Keefe
The Looming Temptations of Depression
Paper Mache, Cardboard, Air Clay, and Acrylic Paint
New Smyrna Beach High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Kristen Gregor
Grade 9


Tempus Edux Rerum byErin Allen

Erin Allen
Tempus Edux Rerum
Acrylic, Pen, Eye Shadow
North Marion High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Gloria Sed
Grade 12


Lost Wanderer by Alanna Duque

Alanna Duque
Lost Wanderer
Colored Pencil and Marker
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Felecia DeSiano
Grade 10



Mess Me Up by Halle Hammack

Halle Hammack
Mess Me Up
Paint
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Chloe DuBois
Grade 10


Ruins of this World by Solomia Paviyuk

Solomia Paviyuk
Ruins of this World
Watercolor, Oil Crayon, Sharpie, Paint Pen
North Port High school
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Marianne Robertson
Grade 11


Dangerous Prey by Isabella Phou

Isabella Phou
Dangerous Prey
Digital Art
Ohana Institute
Walton County
Art Teacher: Vivian Moreira Komando
Grade 11



Distorted Perception by Marina Lee

Marina Lee
Distorted Perception
Digital Art
Ohana Institute
Walton County
Art Teacher: Vivian Moreira Komando
Grade 12


Madisyn Jones
Love Ripped by the Root
Colored Pencil & Digital Art
Olympia High School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Joanna Levine
Grade 11



Panic by Rigby Jordan

Rigby Jordan
Panic

Colored Pencil & Digital Art
Olympia High School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Joanna Levine
Grade 10


Into the Fog by Rebecca Fontes

Rebecca Fontes
Into the Fog
Paint on Paper
Osceola High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Maria Custis
Grade 11


Hidden Horror by Jada Ortiz

Jada Ortiz
Hidden Horror
Photography
Parrish Community High School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Kelly Schweers
Grade 11


Demons Within by Kasen Davis

Kasen Davis
Demons Within
Digital Photography & Photoshop
Parrish Community High School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Erin Lisch
Grade 11


Spider Eye by Sarah Brunner

Sarah Brunner
Spider Eye
Digital
Parrish Community High School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Cary Jones
Grade 11


Deep Beneath by Carys Smith

Carys Smith
Deep Beneath
Colored Pencils
Pine View School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Louis Miller
Grade 9


Shrike by Liliana Fornal

Liliana Fornal
Shrike
Graphite
Pine View School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Louis Miller
Grade 9


Persistence Against Temptation by Katelyn Krapfl

Katelyn Krapfl
Persistence Against Temptation
Digital
River Ridge High School
Art Teacher: Ashley Brusoe
Grade: 10


Preserve People by Estefania Marquez

Estefania Marquez
Preserve People
Acrylic Paint, Posca Marker, Colored Pencil
Robert Morgan Educational Center
Miami-Dade County-Dade County
Art Teacher: Milagros Gonzalez
Grade 12


Deja Vu by Betsy Neal

Betsy Neal
Deja Vu
Mixed Media
Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Olivia Thornton
Grade 11


We Feed Off Life by Haley Munson

Haley Munson
We Feed Off Life
Color Pencil
Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Olivia Thornton
Grade 10


Snug as a Bug in a Rug by Caitlyn Cavalluzzo

Caitlyn Cavalluzzo
Snug as a Bug in a Rug
Mixed Media
Seabreeze High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Kasondra Price
Grade 11


Sinner by Caya Asbille

Caya Asbille
Sinner
Colored Pencil
Seabreeze High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Kasondra Price
Grade 12


The Illusion of Words by Madelyn White

Madelyn White
The Illusion of Words
Mixed Media
Seabreeze High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Christine Colby
Grade 12


Unforeseen Deep by Anastasya McConniel

Anastasya McConniel
Unforeseen Deep
Watercolor
Sebring High School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Kristy Harris
Grade 12


Torn Rapture by Nelisse Marcano-Ponce

Nelisse Marcano-Ponce
Torn Rapture
Ceramics
Sebring High School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Steven Van Dam
Grade 11


Embedded Corruption by Quincy Denis

Quincy Denis
Embedded Corruption
Ink and Graphite
Sebring High School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Kristy Harris
Grade 11


Breath in, breath out by Yahelys DeLaRosa

Yahelys DeLaRosa
Breath in, breath out
Mixed Media
Sebring High School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Steven Van Dam
Grade 9


Floatsie Things! By Maggie Chauncy

Maggie Chauncy
Floatsie Things!
Colored Pencil and Chalk Pastel
Sunlake High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Jill Hallauer
Grade 11


Tree Woman by Lucy Diaz

Lucy Diaz
Tree Woman
Watercolor
The Pine School
Martin County
Art Teacher: Emily Faehnle
Grade 10


Paddleboarding by Sophia Leach

Sophia Leach
Paddleboarding
Ink and Watercolor
The Pine School
Martin County
Art Teacher: Emily Faehnle
Grade 10


Untitled by Jaylee He

Jaylee He
Untitled
Digital Composite
Tohopekaliga High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Kayla Helmus
Grade 9


Floating Depths by Jodeci Salgado Cruz

Jodeci Salgado Cruz
Floating Depths
Acrylic on canvas
Tohopekaliga High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Jackelyn Adkins
Grade 12


Daydreams in my head by Sahara Vargas

Sahara Vargas
Daydreams in My Head
Clay and Glaze
Tohopekaliga High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Amanda Sullivan
Grade 12


Disinte-grape-tion by Kathrine Lykah

Kathrine Lykah
Disinte-grape-tion
Oil Paint
Trinity Preparatory School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Irina Ashcraft
Grade 10


A Volcano Might Burn Our Boot Down by Lillian Hart

Lillian Hart
A Volcano Might Burn Our Boot Down
Colored Pencil and Ink
Vanguard High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Tasha Strigle
Grade 11


The Fear to Dream by Ava Martinez-Dubouchet

Ava Martinez-Dubouchet
The Fear to Dream
Soft Pastel
Westminster Christian School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Daniela Rojas
Grade 10


Feeling Feisty by Jalyn Cronkrite

Jalyn Cronkrite
Feeling Feisty
Colored Pencil
Westminster Christian School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: April Sharpe-Shirk
Grade 12


Darkness Consumes the Functioning Mind by Alana Honeycutt

Alana Honeycutt
Darkness Consumes the Functioning Mind
Alcohol Ink, Sharpie, and Gel Pen
West Port High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Jessica Carter
Grade 10


Unique Fairy Colors by Alondra Ayala Lopez

Alondra Ayala Lopez
Unique Fairy Colors
Mixed Media: Watercolor, Posca Pen, Sharpie
West Port High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Jessica Carter
Grade 9


Kaleidoscope Sky by Lance Sferlazza

Lance Sferlazza
Kaleidoscope Sky
Acrylic and Marker
West Port High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Jennifer Moore
Grade 11


Time by Nicole Miller

Nicole Miller
Time
Acrylic Paint
West Port High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Jennifer Moore
Grade 11


Genesis by Katherine Coughlin

Katherine Coughlin
Genesis
Mixed Media
William R Boone
Orange County
Art Teacher: Nicole Moitoza
Grade 10


Early Bird by Mila Pisarski

Mila Pisarski
Early Bird
Acrylic Paint
William R Boone
Orange County
Art Teacher: Nicole Moitoza
Grade 9


Shower Thoughts by Amber Yuan

Amber Yuan
Shower Thoughts
Paint
Wiregrass Ranch High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Paula Roush-Smith
Grade 10


Runners-up
Alphabetical order by school


Avis Visio Nocturna by Patricia Pichardo

Patricia Pichardo
Avis Visio Nocturna
Acrylic
AP Mays Conservatory of the Arts
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Gerald Obregon
Grade 12


Equinophobia by Danny Montford

Danny Montford
Equinophobia
Acrylic on Canvas
Bay High School
Bay County
Art Teacher: Amanda Hunt
Grade 11


Going to Pains by Ella Gomez

Ella Gomez
Going to Pains
Ink
Bell Creek Academy
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: Charles Cawley
Grade 9


Equinophobia by Danny Montford

Myah Stombaugh
Desperation of Change
Mixed Media
Buddy Taylor Middle School
Flager County
Art Teacher: Megan Kisner
Grade 8


Bear Bones by Gauge Sherlock

Gauge Sherlock
Bear Bones
Graphite
Buddy Taylor Middle School
Flager County
Art Teacher: Megan Kisner
Grade 8


Untitled by Shaelyn Jaeger

Shaelyn Jaeger
Untitled
Mixed Media
Buffalo Creek Middle School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Tatiana Hernandez
Grade 8


Untitled by Riley Gilbert

Riley Gilbert
Untitled
Mixed Media
Buffalo Creek Middle School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Tatiana Hernandez
Grade 8


Buyant Blue by Victoria Lopez

Victoria Lopez
Buyant Blue
Acrylic Paint
Celebration High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Grace Baldwin
Grade 10


Going to Pains by Ella Gomez

Jeanna Gomez
Prey

Watercolor
Celebration High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Chelsea Glidden
Grade 9


Untitled by Aila Bilvado

Aila Bilvado
Untitled
Paper and paint
Celebration High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Chelsea Glidden
Grade 9


Tree of Unexpression by Sephora Exume

Sephora Exume
Tree of Unexpression
Colored Pencil
Conway Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Amanda Morehead
Grade 8


Fractured Reality by Kerianne Decosey

Kerianne Decosey
Fractured Reality
Prismacolor Markers
Conway Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Amanda Morehead
Grade 7


The Grand Mouse Adventure by Hannah Jarquin-Obando

Hannah Jarquin-Obando
The Grand Mouse Adventure
Color Pencil
Coral Reef Senior High
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Perri Cox
Grade 10


Into the Woods by Katie George

Katie George
Into the Woods
Colored Pencil
DeLand High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Bryan Carson
Grade 9


Product Placement by Taylor Diaz

Taylor Diaz
Product Placement
Colored Pencil
DeLand High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Bryan Carson
Grade 11


3 Snakes Boiling a Witch in a Completely “Normal” day just hits different by Lisa Alvelo Jaimes

Lisa Alvelo Jaimes
3 Snakes Boiling a Witch in a Completely “Normal” day just hits different
Colored Pencil and Pen
Dr. Mona Jain Middle School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Denis Mueller
Grade 7


The Horrors of Thought by Kaitlyn Ellenback

Kaitlyn Ellenback
The Horrors of Thought
Digital
Dr. Phillips High School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Abigail Callaway
Grade 12


Liezu's Dream by Ronan McHugh

Ronan McHugh
Liezu’s Dream
Digital Art
Florida Virtual School
Art Teacher: Trevis Williams
Grade 6


One face, four stories hidden by the nature by Veronika Shkabura

Veronika Shkabura
One face, four stories hidden by the nature
Digital Art
Florida Virtual School
Art Teacher: Trevis Williams
Grade 7


The Fear of Failure by Luna Rodgers

Luna Rodgers
The Fear of Failure
Digital Art
Florida Virtual School
Art Teacher: Erin Engelage
Grade 6


baby fever by Nilah Hnat

Nilah Hnat
Baby Fever
Drawing
Florida Virtual School
Art Teacher:
Grade 11


The truth of your dreams by Suhaylah Haque

Suhaylah Haque
The truth of your dreams
Digital Art
Florida Virtual School
Art Teacher: Lisa Pearce
Grade 6


Perfect Plastic Personification Melting by Alina Diaz

Alina Diaz
Perfect Plastic Personification Melting
Acrylic on Matboard
Gateway High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: James Jacobson
Grade 11


Eyes of Society by Karly Padua

Karly Padua
Eyes of Society
Mixed Media
Glades Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Mirena Suarez
Grade 7


Uncanny Eyes by Gabriella Martinez

Gabriella Martinez
Uncanny Eyes
Mixed Media
Glades Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Mirena Suarez
Grade 8


Untitled by Kaylyn Tran

Kaylyn Tran
Untitled
Colored Pencil
Hill Gustat Middle School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Megan Ekenstedt
Grade 7


Tortured Mind by Danna Gonzalez

Danna Gonzalez
Tortured Mind
Markers and Pen
Hudson High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Pamela Haberkorn
Grade 12


Swirling Subconscious by Kit Thompson

Kit Thompson
Swirling Subconscious
Mixed Media
Jupiter Community High School
Palm Beach County
Art Teacher: Sarah Knudtson
Grade 12


A Place in My Mind by Isabella Tromp

Isabella Tromp
A Place in My Mind
Digital Collage
Hammocks Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Katherine Martinez
Grade 8


In the Deep by Yaretzi Aguilar

Yaretzi Aguilar
In the Deep
Clay
Jewett Middle Academy Magnet
Polk County
Art Teacher: Caitlin Friedenstein
Grade 8


A Curious Night by Sofia Taggart

Sofia Taggart
A Curious Night
Alcohol Markers
Louise R. Johnson K-8 School of International Studies
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Elfi Garcia
Grade 8


The Entanglement by Trinity Kelly

Trinity Kelly
The Entanglement
Alcohol Markers and Colored Pencils
Louise R. Johnson K-8 School of International Studies
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Elfi Garcia
Grade 7


Flowers Wow by Gwendolynne Williams

Gwendolynne Williams
Flowers Wow
Digital Art
NeoCity Academy
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Natalie Menedez
Grade 9


Fate by Emma Alvira

Emma Alvira
Fate

Digital Art
NeoCity Academy
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Michael Mistler
Grade 9


Ethereal Abyss by Cynthia Stanley

Cynthia Stanley
Ethereal Abyss
Paper Mache, Paper Straws, Wire and Acrylic Paint
New Smyrna Beach High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Kristen Gregor
Grade 10


Bosque Misterioso by Natalia Ceballos Meneses

Natalia Ceballos Meneses
Bosque Misterioso
Graphite, Watercolor and Gouache
North Marion High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Gloria Sed
Grade 10


The Pressure of Perfection by Jay York

Jay York
The Pressure of Perfection
Gouache
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Felecia DeSiano
Grade 11


Lovely Fears by Emily Clark

Emily Clark
Lovely Fears
Colored Pencil and Marker
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Felecia DeSiano
Grade 9


Irritation May Occur at the Site of Injection by Savannah Wilmer

Savannah Wilmer
Irritation May Occur at the Site of Injection
Colored Pencil and Marker
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Felecia DeSiano
Grade 11


Angel Fantasy by Sarahbeth Grover

Sarahbeth Grover
Angel Fantasy
Scratchboard
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Chloe DuBois
Grade 12


Nunya Business by Xaria Williams

Xaria Williams
Nunya Business
Digital Art
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Chloe DuBois
Grade 11


Walking Towards My Dream by Hailey Andrade

Hailey Andrade
Walking Towards My Dream
Mixed Media
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Chloe DuBois
Grade 12


Imagination by Morgan Harvey

Morgan Harvey
Imagination
Watercolor, Oil Crayons, Sharpie and Paint Pens
North Port High School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Marianne Robertson
Grade 12


Apprehension by Marin Mangum

Marin Mangum
Apprehension
Acrylic on Paper
Ohana Institute
Walton County
Art Teacher: Vivian Moreia Komando
Grade 10


Shadows of the Soul by Avery Scribner

Avery Scribner
Shadows of the Soul
Photography
Parrish Community High School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Kelly Schweers
Grade 10


Stuck by Sierra Wilson

Sierra Wilson
Stuck
Photography
Parrish Community High School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Kelly Schweers
Grade 10


Relaxed Conscious by Karen Garces

Karen Garces
Relaxed Conscious
Watercolors
Paul W Bell Middle School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Lisa Oberlander
Grade 7


Echo and Narcissus by Madison Van Leeuwen

Madison Van Leeuwen
Echo and Narcissus
Digital Paint
Pine View School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Louis Miller
Grade 9


Water Works by Taylor Teague

Taylor Teague
Water Works
Marker
Pine View School
Sarasota County
Art Teacher: Louis Miller
Grade 9


Timeless Reverie by Kiran Truitt

Kiran Truitt
Timeless Reverie
Colored Pencil on Paper
River Ridge High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Ashley Brusoe
Grade 10


Hospital worms by Alondra Rodriguez

Alondra Rodriguez
Hospital worms
Watercolor
Robert Morgan Educational Center
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Milagros Gonzalez
Grades 11


See through by Isabella Alvarez

Isabella Alvarez
See through
Acrylic
Robert Morgan Educational Center
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Milagros Gonzalez
Grades 11


Her prayer whispered 'Love' by Ashley Capetillo

Ashley Capetillo
Her prayer whispered ‘Love’
Pencil, colored pencil, and pen
Robert Morgan Educational Center
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Isabella Alvarez
Grades 10


Human Cavity by Nathaniel Brito-Pineiro

Nathaniel Brito-Pineiro
Human Cavity
Colored Pencil and Pen
Rowlett Middle Academy
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Brittany Braniger
Grade 6


Flower Tiger by Addison Lombardi

Addison Lombardi
Flower Tiger
Digital Art
Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School
Manatee County
Art Teacher: Olivia Thornton
Grade 11


Don't Bite The Hand That Feeds You by Carley Haynes

Carley Haynes
Don’t Bite The Hand That Feeds You
Ceramic
Seabreeze High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Christine Colby
Grade 9


Unwanted Dream by Raz De-Via Rozental

Raz De-Via Rozental
Unwanted Dream
Ceramic
Seabreeze High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Christine Colby
Grade 12


Finger Lickin' Good by Summer Cook

Summer Cook
Finger Lickin’ Good
Ceramic
Seabreeze High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Christine Colby
Grade 9


Kira Zhurbin
Time’s Up
Marker
Seabreeze High School
Volusia County
Art Teacher: Kasondra Price
Grade 12


Commination to the Queen by Kaytlynn Bishop

Kaytlynn Bishop
Commination to the Queen
Acrylic with Mixed Media
Sebring High School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Steven Van Dam
Grade 11


Shakira Mercado Santiago           
Dopamine Allurement   
Watercolor Pencil
Sebring High School
Highlands County
Art Teacher: Steven Van Dam
Grade 12


No Stopping Mother Nature by Sophia Abouzeide

Sophia Abouzeide
No Stopping Mother Nature
Watercolor, Marker, Acrylic on Watercolor Paper
South Miami K8 Center
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Xonia Regalado
Grade 8


Need Title From Artist by Armed Middleton

Armed Middleton
Need Title From Artist
Digital
Sunlake High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Jill Hallauer
Grade 11


Alyssa Persad
We’re All Mad Here
Clay and Glaze
Tohopekaliga High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Amanda Sullivan
Grade 12


Mystical Mushrooms by Jazzelyn Menard

Jazzelyn Menard
Mystical Mushrooms
Acrylic on Canvas
Tohopekaliga High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Jackelyn Adkins
Grade 11


Persistence of Thought by Mark Chladek

Mark Chladek
Persistence of Thought
Acrylic on Canvas
Tohopekaliga High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Jackelyn Adkins
Grade 12


Dreams Under Water by Melany Olivera Ponce De Leon

Melany Olivera Ponce De Leon
Dreams Under Water
Digital Composite
Tohopekaliga High School
Osceola County
Art Teacher: Kayla Helmus
Grade 11


Surreality by Maiori Butz

Maiori Butz
Surreality
Oil Paint
Trinity Preparatory School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Irina Ashcraft
Grade 10


Watching While I Burn by Sam Rambeau

Sam Rambeau
Watching While I Burn
Ballpoint Pen
Trinity Preparatory School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Irina Ashcraft
Grade 11


Lost by Madi Evansky

Madi Evansky
Lost
Paint, Colored Pencil and Ink
Vanguard High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Tasha Strigle
Grade 9


Aichmophobia Nightmare by Ha Lam

Ha Lam
Aichmophobia Nightmare
Digital
Wedgefield School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Ellen Kramer
Grade 6


Where Did I Go? By Aliceia Francois

Aliceia Francois
Where Did I Go?
Watercolor and Acrylic
West Port High School
Marion County
Art Teacher: Jennifer Moore
Grade 11


Whispers of the Wild by Damaya Cantillo

Damaya Cantillo
Whispers of the Wild
Colored Pencil and Acrylic Paint
Westminster Christian School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Daniela Rojas
Grade 10


Don't Be Afraid of the Deep End by Ava Andradae

Ava Andradae
Don’t Be Afraid of the Deep End
Collage
Westminster Christian School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Daniela Rojas
Grade 10


Drifting In the Storm by Cadence Martins

Cadence Martins
Drifting In the Storm
Soft Pastel
Westminster Christian School
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Daniela Rojas
Grade 11


Walking On Eggshells by Jazmine Nicolas

Jazmine Nicolas
Walking On Eggshells
Graphite and Colored Pencil
Wharton High School
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: April Sharpe-Shirk
Grade 12


Houston? We Have a Party... by Sabrina Rodriguez

Sabrina Rodriguez
Houston? We Have A Party…
Collage
Wharton High School
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: April Sharpe-Shirk
Grade 10


Dunes of Agony by Camilo Calderon

Camilo Calderon
Dunes of Agony
Colored Pencil
Wharton High School
Hillsborough County
Art Teacher: April Sharpe-Shirk
Grade 10


Doctor's Visit by Claire Figliola

Claire Figliola
Doctor’s Visit
Watercolor
William Rennick Boone High School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Nicole Moitoza
Grade 10


Sleight of Hand by Claire Leppert

Claire Leppert
Sleight of Hand
Colored Pencil
William Rennick Boone High School
Orange County
Art Teacher: Nicole Moitoza
Grade 9


Gaze on Natural Beauty by Carolina Gonzalez

Carolina Gonzalez
Gaze on Natural Beauty
Acrylic on Canvas Board
Winston Park K-8 Center
Miami-Dade County
Art Teacher: Isabel Sigarroa
Grade 8


Dream About Muffins by Lilyanne Brothers

Lilyanne Brothers
Dream About Muffins
Digital
Wiregrass Ranch High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Paula Roush-Smith
Grade 11


Decay vs Imagination by Camila Castro

Camila Castro
Decay vs Imagination
Digital
Wiregrass Ranch High School
Pasco County
Art Teacher: Paula Roush-Smith
Grade 12