Talented Students Shine at Opening of Iluka Vision Art Exhibition
Cassidy James (Year 12, 2019) and Visual Arts Teacher and Coordinator of the Arts Learning Area, Mrs Lisa Todesco.
On Friday, 16 October 2020 was the official opening of the Iluka Visions Art Exhibition at the Bunbury Regional Art Galleries. Now in its 29th year, Iluka Visions showcases artworks created by students in Years 7-12 from high schools across the South West region.
The following Our Lady of Mercy College students are showcasing their work in this exhibition: Kiana Gwyn (Year 7), Jordan Everett (Year 7), Madison Sherborne (Year 11), Annalise Klem (Year 12), Andrea Rojas (Year 12), Cassidy James (Year 12 2019) and Phoebe Waddell (Year 12 2019).
Kiana Gwyn received Highly Commended for her hand-coloured lino-print, ‘Gum Nut and Flowers’, and Cassidy James received the Year 12 Prize for her artwork ‘Plastic Kills’, a mixed-media artwork including lino-printing, hand-painting, screen-printing and embossing.
Cassidy James (Year 12, 2019) received the Year 12 Prize for her artwork ‘Plastic Kills’.
Kiana Gwyn (Year 7) receiving the "Highly Commended" award from Bunbury Mayor Gary Brennan.
Kiana Gwyn's hand-coloured lino-print, ‘Gum Nut and Flowers’.
Congratulations Kiana and Cassidy and all students for being selected to showcase their work. We hope this recognition gives you the confidence and encouragement to continue to create and do amazing things.
A big thank you to Visual Arts Teacher and Coordinator of the Arts Learning Area, Mrs Lisa Todesco, for supporting and inspiring the students throughout the process.
The exhibition runs until 15 November 2020.
The Gallery is open daily: 10:00am – 4:00pm.
Location: 64 Wittenoom Street, Bunbury WA 6230
Phone: 08 9792 7323
Photo credit: @bragwa and @PALMZYIMAGES
Annalise Klem (Year 12) and Phoebe Waddell (Year 12, 2019) in front of their artworks.
Madison Sherborne (Year 11) and Jordan Everett (Year 7).
Andrea Rojas (Year 12) working on her artwork.
All Iluka Vision award winners.