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15 students show work in county high school art exhibit
15 students show work in county high school art exhibit

Fifteen Santa Catalina School students are participating in the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts' annual Monterey County high school art exhibition, Thinking Out Loud.

The artwork by four freshmen, seven sophomores, two juniors, and two seniors was selected by Santa Catalina art teachers Claire Lerner and Jaime Ball. Lauren Dunlap '22 has two pieces in the show, and a watercolor by Caitlin Sullivan '22 is featured on the Cherry Center's event page.

An opening reception will be held at the Carmel gallery from 3:00–5:00 p.m. Saturday, March 7. The exhibit runs through March 22.

See all of their works on SmugMug.

Congratulations to the following students:

Miriam Riley '23, "Fruit Pattern"
Kim Wilson Morris '23, "Heart Chakra"
Jessica Xie '23, "Origami"
Anna Yeh '23, "Girls"

Brooke Kirker '22, "Windows to the Soul"
Lauren Dunlap '22, "Geometry" and "Untitled"
Georgia Meyer '22, "Hacienda"
Isabelle Nagy '22, "ABCs"
Reyna Sanchez '22, "Entertainment"
Caitlin Sullivan '22, "Afternoon"
Cailin Templeman '22, "Astronaut in Space"

Nicole Korinetz '21, "The Change is Real"
Emily Oh '21, "Bury a Friend"

Kylie Ludviksen '20, "Untitled"
Gabriella Nagy '20, "Ohio"

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