Maranatha Launches New Virtual Art Gallery

Unable to visit art exhibits and galleries in-person right now? A new art gallery has just been unveiled online featuring the original creations of some very talented art students.

Maranatha High School’s Visual Arts Department is pleased to feature 95 works by their AP Art & Design students in a new virtual gallery. As guests explore the online gallery’s 19 exhibit spaces from their computer browser, tablet, or smartphone, they will surely be impressed with the God-given talent and creativity of the young artists whose work is featured. Take a few minutes to relax and explore the virtual gallery at or simply Click Here.

Maranatha’s students have competed in various area-wide and national contests and have won numerous awards, including The Congressional Student Arts Competition, National Philanthropy Day, Huntington Hospital Public Art Exhibition, Art of Dairy Contest and Roses on Parade, LAUSD Student Competition, and Scholastic Arts Student Competition. Many Maranatha students go on to study art in leading art colleges and universities throughout the world.

Maranatha High School, 169 S. St. John Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 817-4000 or visit






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