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1st prize ($500) went to Grace Lee-Tuck, aged 17 of St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls, for Mind, Body, Soul (mixed media).

2nd prize ($400) was awarded to Madeleine Schipper, aged 14 of St Stephen’s School, for Self Portrait (mixed media).

Two equal 3rd prizes ($300 each) were presented to Lauren Baker, aged 17 of Perth College, for Genes of Hope (acrylic on canvas), and Audrey Pieterse, aged 16 of Kingsway Christian College, for Connected Self-reflection (oil on canvas).

A total of 150 artworks by senior students from 23 high schools are on display in the Exhibition, a prestigious annual event that draws the best of WA’s emerging artists from behind their easels.

Pews have been moved out to make room for artworks to be placed along the aisles, once again turning the magnificent building into a unique art gallery for nine days.

“Inclusion in this exhibition should be considered prestigious and significant. It also contributes to artists’ prominence in the visual arts exhibition scene in Perth,” said Julia Wren, Visual Art Lecturer at the ECU School of Education, and Curator of the exhibition.

The Exhibition is open until 6 August between 10.00am and 4.00pm daily.

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Genes of Hope (acrylic on canvas) by Lauren Baker who tied for 3rd prize.

Mind, Body, Soul (mixed media) by Grace Lee-Tuck who won 1st prize.

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Self Portrait (mixed media) Madeleine Schipper who won 2nd prize.

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Connected Self-reflection (oil on canvas) by Audrey Pieterse who tied for 3rd prize.

 

 

1st prize ($500) went to Grace Lee-Tuck, aged 17 of St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls, for Mind, Body, Soul (mixed media).

2nd prize ($400) was awarded to Madeleine Schipper, aged 14 of St Stephen’s School, for Self Portrait (mixed media).

Two equal 3rd prizes ($300 each) were presented to Lauren Baker, aged 17 of Perth College, for Genes of Hope (acrylic on canvas), and Audrey Pieterse, aged 16 of Kingsway Christian College, for Connected Self-reflection (oil on canvas).

A total of 150 artworks by senior students from 23 high schools are on display in the Exhibition, a prestigious annual event that draws the best of WA’s emerging artists from behind their easels.

Pews have been moved out to make room for artworks to be placed along the aisles, once again turning the magnificent building into a unique art gallery for nine days.

“Inclusion in this exhibition should be considered prestigious and significant. It also contributes to artists’ prominence in the visual arts exhibition scene in Perth,” said Julia Wren, Visual Art Lecturer at the ECU School of Education, and Curator of the exhibition.

The Exhibition is open until 6 August between 10.00am and 4.00pm daily.

1-grace-lee-tuck

3-lauren-baker

Genes of Hope (acrylic on canvas) by Lauren Baker who tied for 3rd prize.

Mind, Body, Soul (mixed media) by Grace Lee-Tuck who won 1st prize.

2-madeleine-schipper

Self Portrait (mixed media) Madeleine Schipper who won 2nd prize.

3-audrey-pieterse

Connected Self-reflection (oil on canvas) by Audrey Pieterse who tied for 3rd prize.