Catholic Education Visual Arts Exhibition

3 March 2016 | General Interest

Each year as part of Catholic Education, schools have the opportunity to submit student work for the Visual Arts Exhibition that is of most interest to schools and the public alike, providing a thought-provoking window into the creative minds of students from Prep to Year 12.


The exhibition is open to the public between 15 and 19 March at the Catholic Leadership Centre, 576 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne. The Visual Arts Awards Ceremony is hosted on Sunday 20 March 2016.


We have our College Vinnies Conference booked in on March 17 to view this outstanding work. However, we’re pleased to announce that our Art Domain has submitted four pieces of our student work this year. We congratulate these students on their creative efforts.

'God watching from above’ (Chevron Joseph, 10 Silver)
My sculpture portrays God’s strong face watching us. I have tried to capture God’s strength and compassion through the soft material of hebel stone. I have carved strong angular lines to capture strong shadows. I feel God is extremely strong in terms of the boundless love we receive. I particularly carved the eyes deeply to symbolise God’s never ending desire for us to make well informed and not shallow decisions.

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‘God’s Face’ (Myan Roque, 10 Red)
My sculpture portrays my interpretation of God’s face. I have tried to capture God’s gentleness and compassion through the soft material of hebel stone. I have carved lines in simplified way to capture subtle shadows. I feel God is uncomplicated and is always there to support us in the most subtle ways.

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Aaron Jones, Year 12 Gold
Digital Photography: Photoshop manipulated image, wood block print.

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Nathan Keo, 12 Silver
Digital Illustration – self-portrait, wood block print.

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