The ‘You’ve Been Framed’ landscape competition is a long-standing tradition in Year 7 Visual Arts here at Belmont Christian College. Artworks are selected by vote by our Creative Arts team. Congratulations to this year’s winners who have produced such wonderful work.
Olivia Cheng – Winner
Dusty Hendriks – Second
Liv McCulloch – Third
Joshua Ellem – Highly Commended
Year 8 Visual Arts
Young Archie – Finalists
The Young Archie Portrait competition is a long-standing tradition in Year 8 Visual Arts here at Belmont Christian College. Artworks are selected by vote by our Secondary teachers. Congratulations to this year’s winners who have produced such wonderful work.
Edan Ainsworth – Winner
Bianca Wylie – Second Place
Jacob Troyer – Third Place
Year 10 Visual Arts
Bush and Beach
Year 10 have explored different art making conventions and procedures using the theme “Bush and Beach” as the inspiration for subject matter. They have investigated clay making techniques including materials and processes for producing artworks that are sculptural.
Aimee Burfield – Gum leaf
Alisha Matikainen – Little Birds
Ameenah Jeffery – Faces in the Bush
Amelia Tepper – Beach Shells and Driftwood
Arianne Jenson – Asetroidia
Armani Kinch – Twigs
Caitlin Parish – Under the Sea
Felicity Murray – Beach Babe
Hannah Button – The Wild Flower
Jenisha Justin – The Rainforest
Joshua Vojvodic – Whale
Kiara Calvert – Little places
Lily Vromans – Homes
Luke Ainsworth – The Kookaburra
Maeve Stevens – Shell Vessel
Mikayla Rensen – Beach Mammal
Rebecca Marmulla – Ocean vessel
Rozlyn Kloos – Bush Tucker
Samuel Troyer – Pride
The Divine Feminine
A series of paintings about women in history and their portrayals through art, literature, music, myths and legends. These works are inspired by folklore, myths and fairytales from around the world.
A group of six acrylic paintings, that represents childhood memories, and the journey of growing up, including self-discovery.
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The Burden of Expectation
This Body of Work is an exploration of the burden of expectations that individuals can face, both internally and from those around them. Personal standards and the real or perceived standards of others can become a great emotional weight to uphold.
Choose to see…
“Captivity is always captivity, no matter how gentle the jailer…After all, SeaWorld didn’t become a $2.5 billion company because of sequins and choreography. It was built on the backs of captive killer whales.”
The girl in my work appears trapped in a cage. She has led herself down a path of darkness and the situation, to her, is inescapable. Opportunities for freedom appear and accumulate around her. The bars of her perceived cage are not strong or close enough to keep her in. Yet, tragically blinded, she remains.
What invisible barrier might keep her from seeing and accepting ‘the Way’?
1 Cor 1:18
“The teaching about the cross is foolishness to those who are being lost, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God”
Individual Artwork Titles:
The dress: ‘Kizuizi Ya Maneno’
The etching: ‘Understanding’
The painting: ‘Doublethink Nescience’
1 Corinthians 14:9-11
So with yourselves, if with your tongue you utter speech that is not intelligible, how will anyone know what is said? For you will be speaking into the air. There are doubtless many different languages in the world, and none is without meaning, but if I do not know the meaning of the language, I will be a foreigner to the speaker and the speaker a foreigner to me.