High School Art Exhibit

Virtual Exhibit

High School Art Exhibit

Everything You Can Imagine Is Real

March 4 - April 24, 2022 

Emotional, witty, sometimes shocking; this exhibit offers a glimpse into the hearts and minds of some of the region’s most talented teens.

Pablo Center at the Confluence is excited to host Everything You Can Imagine Is Real: An Exhibition of High School Artwork. This annual exhibition features artwork from area high school students.


Statements and biographies are written by the individual artists and are published with their permission. The views expressed are their own. Thank you.


Featured Schools

  • Altoona High School
  • Eau Claire Memorial High School
  • Mondovi High School
  • Augusta High School
  • Eau Claire North High School
  • Osseo-Fairchild High School
  • Chippewa Falls High School
  • Menomonie High School
  • Regis High School
  • Wildlands Science Research Charter School
About the Exhibit - Message from Curator Rose Dolan-Neill

Our annual High School Art Exhibit is a great favorite. Not only do we experience a large assortment of well-crafted artwork by our regions most talented young artists, but we view the expertise of our area art teachers who have diligently taken time to select up to ten works of artwork from their school’s art programs. In a time of so much uncertainty, these art teachers have given their students the gift of a carefully guided creative outlet. 

Thank you, teachers.

Among the artwork on exhibit, you will discover self-portraits, colorful landscapes, abstract imagery, stunning photography, and ceramics. Students were given the option of providing a statement about their artwork; I encourage you to read their thoughts, memories, and comments on the creative process. 

Through the viewing of art in our virtual exhibits on our website or in our gallery, we can all have a common experience. We can gain an understanding of our community and our humanity by viewing through the images of artworks that have been created by our region’s top artistic minds. We can reach audiences from across the world and those communities close to home that might not get to come into Pablo Center that often. Please be sure to read through the artistic statements and biographies of the artists on display, these words will add to the enjoyment and appreciation of the artwork and may give you further reason to purchase a work of art from Pablo Center. Who knows, it may even inspire you to take the next steps in your creative endeavor.

Artist Reception

Artists Reception

March 11, 2022 from 5 - 8 p.m.

Stroll through the Brady & Jeanne Foust Gallery filled with pieces created by talented students and join us for an evening of artful conversations. Art events are free, however, you must reserve a ticket to attend.

Reserve Tickets