Gallery and Exhibitions

Student Gallery : selected student works produced in 2014 - 2015


Aldine ISD Students, Instructors’ Photos Featured in Exhibition at Lone Star College-North Harris

Lone-Star-College-North-Harris-High-School-Art-Student-and-Instructor-Photography-Exhibition-3Lone Star College-North Harris invited Aldine ISD high schools to take part in a juried art exhibit. Both students and teachers could submit original photographs. The talented AISD students and instructors have 28 photographs featured in the exhibition.

LSC-North Harris also invited Klein ISD and Spring ISD to take part.

Photographs had to be original and completed within the last two years. Students and instructors could submit one or two entries for consideration in the exhibition. Members of the full-time faculty of the Art Department at LSC-North Harris comprised the jury. They selected the works featured in the exhibition.

Lone-Star-College-North-Harris-High-School-Art-Student-and-Instructor-Photography-Exhibition-4Lone Star College-North Harris recently held a reception to honor the artists’ work. Anita Rogers also gave a quick tour of the Art Department facilities. Rogers is an art professor at the college.

Featured Carver HS Students

Dulce García

Featured Davis HS Students

Evelyn Fernández
Omar González
Instructor: Debora Conn

Lone-Star-College-North-Harris-High-School-Art-Student-and-Instructor-Photography-Exhibition-5Featured Eisenhower HS Students

Jonathan M. Arteaga
Mayra Calvo
Fátima Flores
Mónica Flores
Ivette Hernández
Melissa Martínez
Instructor: McClure

Kimberly Lerma
Instructor: Kaileigh Rosplohowski

Lone-Star-College-North-Harris-High-School-Art-Student-and-Instructor-Photography-Exhibition-6Featured MacArthur HS Students

Cecilia Arce
Mariela Díaz
Celeste González
Kenia Iruegas
Miguel Martínez
Jovan Mendiola
Lizbette Tello
Instructor: Amber Quiroz

Lone-Star-College-North-Harris-High-School-Art-Student-and-Instructor-Photography-Exhibition-7Featured AISD Instructors

Kaileigh Rosplohowski @ Eisenhower HS
Matt Kirkpatrick @ Carver HS

The college invites the community to view the talent from local schools. The artists’ current works are on display at the college’s Library Art Gallery until April 21. The gallery is on the first floor of the library. The gallery is open Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

The Library Art Gallery is not open on Saturday and Sunday.


Drew Academy Student’s Artwork Selected for State Youth Art Month Exhibit


Edgar Amos’ (pictured above) artwork “Golden Perfume” will form part of the State Youth Art Month Exhibit. Edgar is a student at Drew Academy.Drew-Academy-Art-Winner-Edgar-Amos-Youth-Art-Month-2

March is National Youth Art Month (YAM). TAEA sponsors a flag design contest, an exhibit of 100 pieces of student artwork, and a YAM art exhibit at the State Capitol in Austin. TAEA also has a partnership with the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum. TAEA will host the awards ceremony and reception with an extended exhibition of the Youth Art Month artwork at the museum.

Each year, districts submit artworks created by students in prekindergarten through 12th grade. TAEA selects artworks for exhibition in the YAM Capital Exhibit held at the State Capitol. The 2015 exhibit opened March 8 at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum. The exhibit will run until April 4.

“Golden Perfume” by Edgar Amos

The celebration, awards, and reception will take place on March 22 at the Bullock. The State Capitol building exhibition dates are April 5-11.

Carver Students Showcase Artwork at Lawndale Art Center

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The Lawndale Art Center invited Carver High School to take part in its annual Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) student art exhibit. The exhibition will run through November 8.

“Not only is this exhibition a learning opportunity for students,” said Kelley. “But it is also a great opportunity to showcase the inventiveness of the exhibits by students. I am grateful to the Lawndale Art Center for promoting our wonderful art students.”

The Carver High School students created their “Tres Amigas y Compañía” project. Laura Luna is the students’ art teacher.

Students Whose Artwork is Featured

Kaylah Anderson
Dionna Breaux
Kimberly Chandias-Rodríguez
Cynthia Coronado
José García
Jameara Holcomb
Kenya Jones
Lauren Jones
Jacob Ledesma
Shanell Moore
Jennifer Ramírez
Jennifer Reyes
Idris Wallace

Eisenhower High Students Exhibit Work at Museum of Fine Arts Houston

September 2015 - The Museum of Fine Arts Houston is showcasing artwork from 29 Eisenhower High School art students. The exhibit,Spirited Impressions, is on display in the Kinder Foundation Education Gallery. The exhibit is now open and will run until Jan. 11, 2015. The MFAH will celebrate an opening celebration reception Sunday, September 28 at 2 p.m. at the museum.

Eisenhower High School Students With Artwork in Exhibit at MFA

Corian Allen — International Baccalaureate (IB) Student, Graduate
Marivi Ancelmo — AP Student, Graduate
Elizabeth Angel — Advanced Placement (AP) Student, Graduate
Karen Calderón — AP Student, Senior
Taylor Davidson — AP Student, Graduate
Sandra Escobar — AP Student, Graduate
April Galván — AP Student, Graduate
Roberto Gámez — Art 4 Student, Senior
Yesenia González — AP Student, Graduate
Karina Guerra — AP Student, Graduate
Francisco Hernández — AP Student, Graduate
Mauricio Hernández — AP Student, Graduate
Rosa Herrera — IB Student, Senior
Briana Mayes — IB Student, Graduate
Marco Medina — IB Student, Senior
Eleazar Mendoza — IB Student, Graduate
Hoa Nguyen — IB Student, Graduate
Mariel Rascón — IB Student, Senior (former Ike student)
Brenda Rubio — IB Student, Senior
Eisenhower-High-Students-Art-Exhibit-Spirited-Impressions-at-MFAH-6Christopher Tate — IB Student, Senior
Edgar Vega — AP Student, Graduate
Sony Ven — AP Student, Graduate
Noemi Villanueva — AP Student, Graduate
Shantel Vivar — IB Student, Graduate
Dasia Warner — IB Student, Graduate

The students also provided a description of what art means to them or wrote about their artwork.

“My artwork is not only an extension of my ability and talent,” said Nguyen. “But it is also a manifestation of the imagination within my being.”

“The simplicity of my piece, Granada, is reminiscent of Cezanne,” said Medina. “And yet the bold colors could be more contemporary.”

What makes me an artist is that I always want to do more,” said Gámez. “I strive to create and get as near to ‘perfection’ as I can. I realize that there is no such thing as perfect art, but as long as you put forth the effort and thought into your piece, it will be great art.”

Kelley encourages everyone to see the students’ artworks.

“I hope everyone visits the exhibit,” said Kelley. “I appreciate everything the Museum of Fine Arts Houston does for our students. This exhibit gives our students the opportunity to showcase their work and talent.”


Dr. Michaelann Kelley is pictured with six students who are showcasing their artwork in the exhibit. The six are current seniors at the campus.