Dublin High Student Art Work & Art Show Review

Above is a picture of created by DHS student Braedon Jones who is in Ms. Johnsons art class.

Braedon Jones

Above is a picture of created by DHS student Braedon Jones who is in Ms. Johnson’s art class.

Neha Harpanhalli, Student/Campus Life Editor

The Dublin High Art Department is showcasing student artwork from the year in conjunction with the Evening of the Arts celebration and the DHS Film Festival. The Art Gallery opened in Room N-104 on Tuesday, May 16, with an official community reception on Thursday, May 18, from 5:30 to 6:30 PM. It will be open to DHS students during lunch Monday through Friday until May 26.


The exhibit features the work of students in AP Studio Art, Intermediate Drawing, Intermediate Painting, Beginning 2D Design, Digital Animation, and Sculpture & Ceramics. It was fascinating to walk through the gallery, and see the broad range of art created by the remarkably talented students of Dublin High.


Visual arts teacher Mr. Noel Sollom-Brotherton was incredibly proud of the student showcase, and commented on the rapidly growing art program at DHS. “We’ve added a number of classes in the last couple of years, most notably AP Studio Art, which is being offered as a regular class instead of an independent study class,” he said. “We have about 25 students this year, who are earning college credit for their art. Next year, we’re adding a couple more sections of 2D Design, so the program is growing there as well. And we’re introducing a new class — Intermediate Painting and Printmaking — which is going to be using an etching press, silk screen, and other media.”


The artwork on this page is just a glimpse of what’s on display. For more, please visit the DHS Art Gallery in Room N104 during lunch.

Vani Ly
“Microscopic View”
Vani Ly
Kenneth Cunningham
“3D Motorcycle Boy”
Kenneth Cunningham
“Lost in Translation”
Josephine Kao
“Fresh Meat”
Concentration 1
11” x 14”
Watercolor and pastel pencil on paper
Josephine Kao
Concentration 2
11” x 14”
Watercolor and pastel pencil on paper
Vivian Liang
Vivian Liang
“The Reflection of Death”
Pencil and pen on paper
David Eisenstat
Size Variable
David Eisenstat
Oil Pastels on Canvas
Rachel Yoon
“Alleviation” Prismacolor Colored Pencils
Poster Colored Paint



“Inner Movements”
18 in. x 24 in.
Poster Color paint
Black and Blue Pen Ink
Prismacolor Colored Pencils
Alison Yoo
“Floral Disaster”
Hannah Park
“Angry Video Game Mouse”
Hannah Park
“He Can’t Fly”
Dominique Calaguas
“Pathway of Solitude”
Dominique Calaguas
“Scattered Skyline”
Andrea Gonzales
“December Sun”
6”x 5”
VSCO application; ProCreate application
Andrea Gonzales
5”x 5”
VSCO application, ProCreate application
Cassidy Kau
“Artist Block”
8.5 x 12.5 in
Acrylic Paint
Evgenie Magovski
Evgenie Magovski
“Pair of Boots”
Aiko Masaki
“Raccoon and a Planet”
Aiko Masaki
“A Pupper with the Stars”
Sangwoo David Park
Sangwoo David Park
“The Secret Meeting”
Claudia Tang
“The Gap Between What You Want and Your Reality”
9 x 12
Hae na Park
Pen and Watercolor
Hae na Park
“Broken Tokyo”
pen/ink and watercolor
Rachel Lau
“Lost in Destruction”
Izabel Llamas
“Let the Music Describe Me”
Charcoal, Graphite, Ink, Sharpie, and Color pencil
Izabel Llamas
“The Hands of Ruby Rose”
Mikayla Diaz
“E m p e r o r  o f  I c e – C r e a m”
12” x 18”
O i l p a s t e l s
12. 2 8. 1 6