Once again a growing number of talented young artists have impressed the judges and exhibition-goers alike with the level of talent at this year’s Outside the Frame Art Awards.
More than 70 entries were received, with works by Year 11 and 12 students from schools across metropolitan Perth, to exhibit at this year’s Awards held from 12 to 20 August, at Armadale District Hall.
Mayor Henry Zelones OAM, JP said that this year’s competition attracted a high calibre of entries, making it difficult for the judges to select the winning pieces.
“Once again the competition has attracted entries that have impressed the judges with the level of innovation and skill, and have used their talent to express the issues that affect them in their young lives such as global politics.
“The City is committed to providing young people in the community with the opportunity to showcase their artistic talents and opinions to the community.
This year’s exhibition featured artworks from 17 schools across Perth. Award winners received art books related to their medium of choice and an art supplies voucher to encourage them to continue to develop their skills.
Canning Vale College was awarded $1000 for the School with the Best Collective Art works award.
Excellence Award Winners
Painting – Anna Makse, Helena College, Roses
Drawing – Caini Wang, Canning Vale College, Self Portrait
Printmaking – Holly Jane Noormets, Byford Secondary College, The Lion Fish (Pterois)
Sculpture – James Falzon, Kalamunda Senior High School, Big Old Heart of Gold in the White House
Textiles – Lauren Brunalli, Penrhos College, To the Convict Ship Committee
Digital Media/Photography – Zachariah Kassem, Canning Vale College, Homemaker
Mixed Media – Jazmin Welch, Kalamunda Senior High School, Apokalypsis
Local Artist Award – Georgia Rickard, John Wollaston Anglican Community School, Absurdity of Exclusion
School with the Best Collective Works – Canning Vale College
Heron Park Smarter Choice Award for Excellence – Jubilee Chan of Perth Modern School, Hollywood: Reimaging in Colour
The Heron Park Smarter Choice Award for Excellence is made possible with the sponsorship from Satterley and the Heron Park Estate.