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The Art Gallery

Artwork by Kasper Hellman, Year 11, 2019

Engaging with visual art builds new ways of seeing, thinking and understanding.

This gallery showcases student artwork inspired by old masters and modern techniques. Each piece represents another step towards a unique student portfolio, as well as a deeper connection with art in all its forms.

We hope you enjoy visiting the exhibitions contained within The Art Gallery.

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Exhibitions of art in all its forms enable the sharing of ideas. The annual VCE Visual and Performing Arts Exhibition is a fine example of this.

Aerial Maps

Using photographs of their own houses as the basis, Year 10 students visually explore the notion of home.

A love story

Our 2020 Prep students created a wonderful sculpture to welcome their 2021 counterparts to the School.

Teaching and creative practice is a “magic” combination

In celebrating the success of her latest exhibition, Cat Poljski sees teaching as essential to her work as a practicing artist.

Pop Art: Blast into the future

1960s Pop Art was known for its focus on elevating the banal and mundane to an iconic and reverential status.

Art, Home and Place

Using photographs of their own houses as the basis, Year 10 students visually explore the notion of home.

Wassily Kandinsky Circles

In this exhibition, Year 1 students showcase their skill in creating unique artworks centred on circles.

Vector City

Year 7 students draw inspiration from the work of Bert 'Musketon' Dries to create their own 'Vector City'.

Roy Lichtenstein Pop Art

Whaam! That's how it's done! Ask Year 4 students to use found materials to create their own Pop Art and amazing artwork ensues.

Figure

An interpretation of the idea of 'figure' by Year 8 students.

Giuseppe Arcimboldo Portraits

This exhibition features self portraits created by Prep students using fruit and vegetables.

Paul Klee Grid and Portrait Art

The work of Paul Klee was influenced by cubism. Here, Year 2 students extend its application.