Talented students from Irrawang High School will be exhibiting a collection of artworks produced this year, as well as the 2016 HSC Visual Arts students who worked extremely hard to produce their Body of Work for their final assessment.
These works are a collection of various styles, mediums and concepts, with drawing being a popular choice made by students this year.
The conceptual ideas have come from personal experiences, memories of the past, how we interpret our reality both imagined and real, and also touching on family connections and relationships.
Irrawang High School representative Luella Fagan told News Of The Area that the opening of the exhibition was a celebrated occasion of some very talented students’ works.
“These students have done some incredible pieces of work, it is wonderful that they have this platform to be able to publicly showcase their creations,” she said.
Art Teacher Grant Wyllie officially opened the exhibition.
“The students have done an amazing job exploring their own capabilities and imagination and have shown maturity in their art practice and personal experimentations,” he said.
The exhibition is house at the Raymond Terrace Library Art Space.
The exhibition opened on the 30 November, but will run through until the end of January 2017.
By Rachael VAUGHAN