DeLand High art students’ artwork were recently recognized recently at Daytona State, One Daytona and Fall Festival of the Arts DeLand.

A few select artwork by our Juniors, instructed by Ms. Kinsella-Brinley, were selected to be exhibited in the Daytona State College High School Art Exhibit. This is quite an honor for our promising artists. The artists whose work were selected: Isolation by Marley Canada, Mass Destruction by Emily Dye, 105 Foggy Branch by Kenly Laughridge, Societal Suffocation by Jasmine Martinez, Insensate by Marissa Vergare, and Endangered Species by Brody Worden. Follow this link to view Daytona State’s High School Art Exhibit.

The Gallery 500 in One Daytona hosted an art exhibition in October and selected 20 artworks from all Volusia Couty's High School students to exhibit for the month and to be showcased in One Daytona's Art Show on October 25th. I am happy to announce that Ms. Kinsella-Brinley's students we among the few on exhibit. Congratulations to Marley Canada, Summer Rank and Isabella Gonzalez. One Daytona has been a huge supporter to the Volusia County Arts Program and just blessed us with a $15,000 donation at this event. WE are so grateful to them and the support of our student's, families, and school community.

Student Artwork from One Daytona Show: Marley Canada, Isabella Gonzalez, & Summer Rank

The DeLand Fall Festival hosted a virtual art exhibit this year and two of DeLand's finest took the highest awards. Mr. Carson's student, Lorelei Wilson, won Best in show for "Melting Face of a Pretty Girl" and Ms. Kinsella-Brinley's student, Ryanne Ferriero took first place for her watercolor painting "Dead See".

Other Bulldog artists recognized at this year’s Fall Festival of the Arts were: Maria Armas, Marley Canada, Roxanne Coburn, Abigale Correll, Ryanne Ferriero, Amelie Kurlander, Kenly Laughridge, Rubi Mendoza, Summer Rank, and Katelyn Snow.