2020 Everett High School Art Show » EHS Art Show

EHS Art Show

Welcome to the 2020 EHS Virtual Art Show! On this site you can browse student artwork from grades 9-12 spanning a variety of media and techniques including: Drawing and Painting, Sculpture, Illustration, and Digital Arts such as Design, Digital Photography and 3D Animation. We are so proud to showcase our students, their hard work and dedication to their artmaking, and their creative ideas! We hope you enjoy our virtual gallery exhibition!

Wavy background in shades of cyan, turquoise, and dark. blues
Textured background in a color gradient
Background in blue, asymmetrical shapes
Four white columns, the kind used to mount sculptures
Abstract Hexagon Geometric Surface Loop 1A: light bright clean minimal hexagonal grid pattern, random waving motion background canvas in pure wall architectural .

The Art Educators at Everett High School want to extend their appreciation for the support of our young artists! It is thanks to many individuals below and more that help the Arts Program in the Everett Public Schools thrive!


Superintendent of Schools Priya Tahiliani

Deputy Assistant Superintendent Kim Tsai

Assistant Superintendents Charles Obremski and Kevin Shaw

Director of Curriculum Michelle Crowell

Mayor Carlo DeMaria


State Senator Sal DiDomenico

Everett School Committee Members — Allen Panarese, Joseph LaMonica, Frank Parker, Dana Murray, Marcony Almeida-Barros, Thomas Abruzzese,  Millie Cardello, Samantha Lambert, and Cynthia Sarnie

Everett High School Administration —
Principal Erick Naumann, Vice Principal Chris Barrett,  Executive Vice Principal for Business Engagement Innovation Dr. Omar Easy, and Guidance Director Kathleen McCormack

EHS Assistant Principals —
Stephen Black, Heather Bobb, Lucy DiNatale, Janet O’Reilly, and William Donadoni

Josh DelGaizo and William Meunier

Thank you for your continued support of the Arts in Everett!
Stay happy and creative!

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Thank you to our inspiring Art Educators! They continually inspire and cultivate a rich art experience for our students. In their art classrooms, you can find them demonstrating lessons while elbow deep in clay, roaming the inside and outside of Everett High teaching the mechanics of a digital camera, or showing students how to infuse stories and concepts into their designs. Remote learning has certainly changed this style of learning dramatically, however they continue to provide engaging prompts, themes, and resourceful art lessons for students! 
Ms. Casey Cataldo — Art Appreciation, Studio Art

Mr. Evan DeMarzo — Illustration, Printmaking, Studio Art, Theatre Arts
Ms. Annette LeRay — Advanced Art, Drawing and Painting
Mrs. Katherine McKie — Yearbook, Digital Photography, Graphic Design
Mr. Trice Megginson — Digital Photography I + II
Mr. Alex O’Donnell — 3D Animation, Video Production
Ms. Briana Pierce — Sculpture, Art Appreciation, Studio Art