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Cover art- SYDNEY RAMIRO

Welcome to the 24th Annual HCA Art Show featuring the works of our 7th -12th grade students.

INTRODUCING THE ART DEPARTMENT

Mr. Pegarido

2004 HCA Alumni, Bachelor of Science in Art Education from Bob Jones University, Master of Education in Teaching and Learning from Maranatha Baptist University

"I'm so thankful for the opportunity to be a mentor to my art students and still have the freedom to use my creativity as an artist."

Art 1, 2, 3, and 4

Mrs. Wendal

Bachelor of Science in Biology from Clearwater Christian College, Master of Education in Teaching and Learning from Maranatha Baptist University

"I love to create and sell my artwork through my small art business, Art By Kathryn."

7th-8th Grade Art

7th Grade Art

Chuck Close Portraits

Chuck Close is a well known artist who uses the grid technique to create massive size portraits.

Miyu Shimoyama
Maria Cruz
David Blas
Christine Bian
Steven Paling
Jacob Ji
Manuel Rabanal
Paulina Yoon
Isabella Noret
Finley Horne
Selah Larkin
David Hoh
Yang Wang
Chen Hu
Min Woo Lee
Priscilla Howard
Multi-Media Still Life Projects
Christine Bian
Jacob Ji
David Blas
Matthew Hodgins
Manuel Rabanal
Veronica Moylan
Paulina Yoon
Steven Paling
Min Woo Lee
Maria Cruz
Selah Larkin
Priscilla Howard
David Hoh
Finley Horne
Miyu Shimoyama
Yang Wang
Isabella Noret
Pareeya Gouniai
Zoe Leung

8th Grade Art

Monochromatic Self Portraits
Vivian Lee
Satoshi Ogata
Michelle Puangco
Michael Infante
Kecione Dirksen
Kaira Metzger
Julia Rabb
Kenneth Farrell
Zoe Chabanne
Patricia Cassidy
Damon
David Leung
Rhys Mantanona
Jerico Padilla
Raif Sablan
Kana Kotaki
Zentangle Still Life Projects
Patricia Cassidy
Hope Rodgers
Jerico Padilla
Julia Rabb
Michelle Puangco
Kana Kotaki
Kenneth Farrell
Kecione Dirksen
Damon Yu
David Leung
Satoshi Ogata
Rhys Mantanona
Raif Sablan
Chelsea De Leon
Zoe Chabanne
Ava Cruz
Michael Infante
Vivian Lee

Art 1

"Graphic Design, if you wield it effectively, is Power. Power to transmit ideas that change everything." - Chip Kidd

The ZEN tangle Project

Notan is a Japanese term which literally means "light dark harmony". Artists use "notan studies" to explore different arrangements of light and dark. We used this concept as inspiration for our project.
Daisy Kuo 10th
Calvin Jin 9th
Christian  10th
Evelyn Gong 11th
Evelyn Waechter 9th
Cyerra Lauron 9th
Priscilla Bian 9th
Daniel Kim 9th
Cheng-Hsuan (Kitty) Wu 9th
Gabrielle Estur 9th
Keisi Clark 10th
James Marques 10th
Risa Ahn 9th
Daphne Nyame 9th
Jireh Padilla 9th
Tia Nelson 9th
Hannah Ando 9th
Charles Wei 9th
Joshua Valencia 9th
Aria Ward 9th

The No. 2 Pencil Project

The Problem: illustrate the No. 2 pencil in a new way while using the color of the traditional pencil.
Christian Serrano 10th
Keisi Clark 10th
Cyerra Lauron 9th
Gabrielle Estur 9th
Joshua Valencia 9th
Calvin Jin 9th
Jireh Padilla 9th
Aria Ward 9th
Charles Wei 9th
Hannah Ando 9th
Priscilla Bian 9th
Tia Nelson 9th
Cheng-Hsuan (Kitty) Wu 9th
Evelyn Gong 11th
Fang-Chu (Daisy) Kuo 10th
Evelyn Waechter 9th

Art 2

The Still Life Project

The Still Life drawing has been used by artists for centuries as a method to practice drawing from real life; however, artists can also use a still life drawing or painting to communicate a deeper message.

"Learning to draw is learning how to see"
Gaeun Lee 10th
Teah Cabral 10th
Gye Baek Kim 12th
Wendy Fejeran 12
Talia Sablan 12th
Daniel Le 12th
Sieun Lee 12th
Samantha Fegurgur 12th
Ruth Rahmani 10th
Helen Bang 10th
Chloe Quenga 10th
Alexis Robinson 10th
Alexandra Chabanne 10th
Jennifer Ok 11th
Tsz Chung (Allen) Lo 12th
Kuan-Ming (Allen) Tseng 12th
Alysha Grinie 12th
Selina Navarro 10th
Selina Navarro 10th

The Shattered Image Project

Drawing is more than copying a subject. Artists use images to tell stories, and stories can transform our view of how we see the world. Drawing from imagination starts with studying the things we are most familiar with in life.

Alexis Robinson 10th
Alysha Grinie 12th
Kuan-Ming (Allen) Tseng 12th
Selina Navarro 10th
Daniel Le 12th
Gaeun Lee 10th
Chloe Quenga 10th
Talia Sablan 12th
Samantha Fegurgur 12th
Alexandra Chabanne 10th
Helen Bang 10th
Sieun Lee 12th
Ruth Rahmani 10th
Wei Zhang 11th
Tsz Chung (Allen) Lo 12th
Gye Baek Kim 12th
Teah Cabral 10th
Wendy Fejeran 12th

PORTRAIT PROJECTS

(Left) Chloe Quenga 10th, (Right) Teah Cabral 10th-Digital Self Portrait

Art Survey

Color Theory Project

Use the color wheel and a color scheme to transform an object.

"Color is a power that directly influences the soul." - Wassily Kandinksy

Sebastian Castro 11th
Minami Cramer 11th
Page Su 12th
Jung Min (Eric) Han 11th
Kylie McMillan 11th
Hannah Lee 12th
Victoria Wong 11th
Krystal Lee 11th
Trinity Terlaje 11th
Maxwell Warren 11th
Adrianna Aguon 12th
Chin Lok (Felix) Lee 12th
Eileen Rae Mamczarz 11th
Yu Chan Lee 12th
Maribelle Gonzalvo 11th
So Jung An 11th
Catheline Wang 11th
Laurence De Leon 12th
Matthew Park 12th
Megan Lopez 12th

Printmaking Project

The students carved a design into a linoleum block. When the design is repeated, the final composition creates an unexpected end. See if you can find each piece as you look through the unique designs.
Jung Min (Eric) Han 11th
Maxwell Warren 11th
Matthew Park 12th
Laurence De Leon 12th
Chin Lok (Felix) Lee 12th
Eileen Rae Mamczarz 11th
Kylie McMillan 11t
Maribelle Gonzalvo 11th
Hannah Lee 12th
Megan Lopez 12th
Catheline Wang 11th
Yu Chan Lee 12th
Page Su 12th
Sebastian Castro 11th
So Jung An 11th
Trinity Terlaje 11th
Minami Cramer 11th
Adrianna Aguon 12th

The Printmaking Process

Personal Projects

Top: Matthew Park 12th- Colored, Middle: Jung Min (Eric) Han 11th, Bottom: (Left) Kylie McMillan 11th, (Right) Catheline Wang 11th

Art Survey Field Trip

Payless Supermarkets and The Guam Museum

Advanced Art

Art 3 & Art 4

Still Life Paintings in Acrylic

Nahyun (Annie) Kim 11th
Rosalyn Hughes 11th
Brandy Deliguin 11th
Zia Nicole Sandoval 11th
Reyna Fernandez 12th
Shane Larkin 12th
Zia Nicole Sandoval 11th
Brandy Deliguin 11th
Shane Larkin 12th
Reyna Fernandez 12th
Sua Euh 12th

The Makings of a Still Life

Urban Landscapes

The students created urban landscapes inspired by their trip to Tumon.
Zia Nicole Sandoval 11th
Brandy Deliguin 11th
Reyna Fernandez 12th
Mimi Kang 12th
Sua Euh 12th
Shane Larkin 12th
Sydney Ramiro 12th

Watercolors

Nahyun (Annie) Kim 11th
Zia Nicole Sandoval 11th
Brandy Deliguin 11th
Brandy Deliguin 11th
Reyna Fernandez 12th
Brandy Deliguin 11th
Rosalyn Hughes 11th

Artist Highlights

Nahyun (Annie) Kim 11th - Oil Paintings
Zia Nicole Sandoval 11th- Digital
Rosalyn Hughes 11th- (Top) Oil on Canvas, (Left) Digital, (Right) Acrylic
Sydney Ramiro 12th- Digital, (Bottom) Printmaking
Brandy Deliguin 11th, (Left) Oil painting still life , (Right) Digital Illustration

Sculptures

Mimi Kang 12th - Ballerina, Sydney Ramiro 12th-Character Study

Inktober

During the month of October, artists from around the world are invited to participate in creating and posting their ink drawings. Each day the artist is challenged with a new prompt.
Catheline Wang 11th
Rosalyn Hughes 11th- Ink
Mural Street Artist: Chris Changyang Shim "royyaldog"

Careers in Art Field Trip

Can you make a career out of art?

Every year the Advanced Art students get an opportunity to visit different businesses around Guam, and this year, they were able to hear from Principal Architect Christine Wolke, Payless Marketing Manager Carina Pegarido, and Batik Artist Judy Flores.

Art Club

2019 Murals

Mr. Pegarido makes the eagle mascot larger than life.
Our seniors Angela Zhang and Naomi Gong combine their love for art and music in this amazing mural on the piano lab.
Congratulations to our Seniors

Adrianna Aguon, Laurence De Leon, Ryo Eda, Sua Euh, Samantha Fegurgur, Wendy Fejeran, Reyna Fernandez, Naomi Gong, Alysha Grinie, Mimi Kang, Gye Baek Kim, Shane Larkin, Daniel Le, Sieun Lee, Felix Lee, Hannah Lee, Yu Chan Lee, Allen Lo, Megan Lopez, Matthew Park, Sydney Ramiro, Talia Sablan, Page Su, Allen Tseng, Angela Zhang

"For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." -Jeremiah 29:11

SI YU'OS MA' ASE

THANK YOU ART STUDENTS FOR ALL YOUR HARD WORK THIS YEAR. IT'S AMAZING TO SEE HOW GOD HAS GIFTED EACH ONE OF YOU WITH UNIQUE ARTISTIC SKILLS. WE HOPE THAT YOU CONTINUE TO USE IT FOR GOD'S GLORY.

"For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things he planned for us long ago." Ephesians 2:10

24TH ANNUAL HCA ART SHOW

Created By
Brandon Pegarido
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