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The winners are:

Overall Winner and 3D Category Winner: Thomas Byrne, Chisholm Catholic College, for In Cloning We Trust (Assemblage wood)

Three box assemblages made of Laser cut wood. My artwork is a quirky representation of a government factory which produces cloned birds. I chose to represent in my artwork the damaging effects human cloning could have upon society and the treatment of individuals.

– Thomas Byrne

StGeorgesArt2014 OverallWinner In Cloning We Trust Thomas Byrne web

 


2D Category Winner: Kirsty Mouttet, Corpus Christi College, for In the Shadows (Scratch Board)

StGeorgesArt2014 2DWinner In The Shadows Kirsty Mouttet web'In The Shadows' consists of a homeless man who looks run down and defeated. The use of black and white adds to the theatrical play on the man's expression, to show his story and his life through his posture, facial expression and the story which is told in his eyes. It also symbolizes the way in which this man is marginalised and left in the dark by society.

 Kirsty Mouttet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Digital Category Winner: Anastasia SpriggsLiving Waters Lutheran College, for Life for Purchase (Digital)     

StGeorgesArt2014 DigitalWinner Life For Purchase Anastasia Spriggs webMany domesticated faunae are treated as products. Parents purchase puppies as toys, nevertheless when the dog becomes a burden it is abandoned. The German shepherd within the artwork is a ‘shelter dog’ and demonstrates the extensive number of larger dogs within shelters. Patricia Piccinini influenced my employment of digital media to represent contemporary society. The poster print presents a snapshot of a point of sale. References made to Hasbro’s Fur Real Friends and RSPCA’s data.

 Anastasia Spriggs

 

 

 

 

 


Textiles and Wearable Art Category – Joint Winners:

StGeorgesArt2014 TextilesWearableArtJointWinner Boom Gillian Chionh webGillian Chionh, Canning Vale College, for 'Boom' (Textiles, fashion, drawing)

My dress is a modern take on the dresses worn by the British settlers during the Gold Rush. I have modernized the dress and related it back to our current mining boom. I have been inspired by Andy Quilty in my drawings and designs.

 Gillian Chionh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ishtar Steggall, Penrhos College, for The Dream (Photography, solvent transfer and stitch onto calico)

Dreams vs reality, future vs present, external vs internal pressure…Within my work I’m exploring the space I find myself in at this stage of my life. I look around myself and see “grownups”; working, enduring. I wonder what their dreams and aspirations once were, have they fulfilled them? Or has ‘life’ got in the way? This work questions the path we take, the decisions made and how these shape our future for better or worse.

 Ishtar Steggall

StGeorgesArt2014 TextilesWearableArtJointWinner The Dream Ishtar Steggall web

 


Highly Commended:

Woolin Kim, Melville Senior High School, for Woolin (Mixed media)

Jamie Simcock, Mount Lawley Senior High School, for Kodak Girl (Oil on canvas)

Kelly Hart, Prendiville Catholic College, for Self Portrait (Mixed media)

Alice Yao, St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School, for Metro Station (Fine liner felt pen on illustration board)

Monique Chiari, Santa Maria College, for Untitled (Oil on canvas)

 


 

 

 

 

The winners are:

Overall Winner and 3D Category Winner: Thomas Byrne, Chisholm Catholic College, for In Cloning We Trust (Assemblage wood)

Three box assemblages made of Laser cut wood. My artwork is a quirky representation of a government factory which produces cloned birds. I chose to represent in my artwork the damaging effects human cloning could have upon society and the treatment of individuals.

– Thomas Byrne

StGeorgesArt2014 OverallWinner In Cloning We Trust Thomas Byrne web

 


2D Category Winner: Kirsty Mouttet, Corpus Christi College, for In the Shadows (Scratch Board)

StGeorgesArt2014 2DWinner In The Shadows Kirsty Mouttet web'In The Shadows' consists of a homeless man who looks run down and defeated. The use of black and white adds to the theatrical play on the man's expression, to show his story and his life through his posture, facial expression and the story which is told in his eyes. It also symbolizes the way in which this man is marginalised and left in the dark by society.

 Kirsty Mouttet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Digital Category Winner: Anastasia SpriggsLiving Waters Lutheran College, for Life for Purchase (Digital)     

StGeorgesArt2014 DigitalWinner Life For Purchase Anastasia Spriggs webMany domesticated faunae are treated as products. Parents purchase puppies as toys, nevertheless when the dog becomes a burden it is abandoned. The German shepherd within the artwork is a ‘shelter dog’ and demonstrates the extensive number of larger dogs within shelters. Patricia Piccinini influenced my employment of digital media to represent contemporary society. The poster print presents a snapshot of a point of sale. References made to Hasbro’s Fur Real Friends and RSPCA’s data.

 Anastasia Spriggs

 

 

 

 

 


Textiles and Wearable Art Category – Joint Winners:

StGeorgesArt2014 TextilesWearableArtJointWinner Boom Gillian Chionh webGillian Chionh, Canning Vale College, for 'Boom' (Textiles, fashion, drawing)

My dress is a modern take on the dresses worn by the British settlers during the Gold Rush. I have modernized the dress and related it back to our current mining boom. I have been inspired by Andy Quilty in my drawings and designs.

 Gillian Chionh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ishtar Steggall, Penrhos College, for The Dream (Photography, solvent transfer and stitch onto calico)

Dreams vs reality, future vs present, external vs internal pressure…Within my work I’m exploring the space I find myself in at this stage of my life. I look around myself and see “grownups”; working, enduring. I wonder what their dreams and aspirations once were, have they fulfilled them? Or has ‘life’ got in the way? This work questions the path we take, the decisions made and how these shape our future for better or worse.

 Ishtar Steggall

StGeorgesArt2014 TextilesWearableArtJointWinner The Dream Ishtar Steggall web

 


Highly Commended:

Woolin Kim, Melville Senior High School, for Woolin (Mixed media)

Jamie Simcock, Mount Lawley Senior High School, for Kodak Girl (Oil on canvas)

Kelly Hart, Prendiville Catholic College, for Self Portrait (Mixed media)

Alice Yao, St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School, for Metro Station (Fine liner felt pen on illustration board)

Monique Chiari, Santa Maria College, for Untitled (Oil on canvas)