Student Artistic Talents and Creativity Celebrated at Annual High School Art Show

Ceramic mushrooms, whimsical teapots, colorful self-portraits and detailed charcoal renditions of instruments like trombones and violins were all on display at the 39th annual Carmel High School Art Show.  

The exhibit features student works from classes in advertising art, photography, ceramics and studio art as well as works from the school’s Personal, Academic and Community Experience (PACE) art classes. It is the culmination of a year spent honing skills in various art media.

“We are so proud of our student artists and the dedication that they put into their artwork. It is exciting to be able to share their beautiful work in a gallery setting,” said Chrissie Wisniewski, chair of the district’s Art Department.

“Thank you to all the students, staff and Carmel community for coming out to support our show. We are looking forward to our 40th year next April!”

During special evening hours of the exhibit, attendees were also treated to musical performances from music students in the Tri-M Music Honor Society while they admired the artwork on display. It was a night filled with wonderful displays of many student talents.

If you missed the in-person art show, check out our photo gallery to see some of the artwork that was on display.