The Studio

 

Healesville High School

Upper Yarra Secondary College

 

 

Sol Tate
Sol Tate

Pseudo Systems Gouache, watercolour and gold oil paint on paper in this work I explored what made a character and how to convey a story and stimulate an original and personal interpretation of my piece. Healesville High School

Danni Treager
Danni Treager

Facade of Life Fine liner and watercolour paint on paper Art has been a medium for my own personal self-expression, allowing me to create artwork influenced by the omnipresent darkness that many choose to ignore. In part, my art pieces exist as aesthetically composed pieces, whilst simultaneously harbouring a macabre sensation. Upper Yarra Secondary College

Jayden Morrison
Jayden Morrison

Splatter Spray paint, photocopy I wanted to explore the concept of same same but different through the use of the same face, created using different mediums and techniques. Little Yarra Steiner School

Kiah Buhler
Kiah Buhler

Daydreams Paper I worked with the theme of dreams, with my two main areas of focus being daydreams and nightmares. I was most interested in the symbolism and surrealism of dreams, and how they connected to our waking life. I originally wanted to just use photography, but decided to experiment with other mediums and found I really enjoyed the effects of fire and coffee. Upper Yarra Secondary College

Zoe Meede
Zoe Meede

Emotions Through Portraiture Analogue photography This series aims to investigate the rawness of human emotion through the medium of analogue photography. These images are all snapshots that allow a glimpse into the complex workings of the mind through through the eye of the photographer. The raw, unedited quality of these photographs give this work authenticity and show a series of moments captured in time. Little Yarra Steiner School

Marlee Nebauer
Marlee Nebauer

Flame Mixed media The beauty in how the elements of earth, fire, water and air dance around each other in the natural environment really intrigue me. I have always wanted to show how elegant and chaotic all the elements can be. Festival culture is a big part of my life, and I want to be able to show the beauty of the elements in a costume that I can dance in and express myself in at a festival. Little Yarra Steiner School

Lauren Phillips
Lauren Phillips

The Old and the New Ceramic The theme for this work is Middle Eastern pottery. I aimed to compare the old designs with the newer ones, showing the difference between the two. The flexible medium of clay allowed me to explore this theme thoroughly. Little Yarra Steiner School

April Croydon
April Croydon

Love Analogue photography, gouache and ink This series based around one question: "What means the most to you?" Created using analogue photography, gouache and ink, these works represent three things that I feel extremely passionate about: music, dance and travel. Little Yarra Steiner School

Emily Gange-Holloway
Emily Gange-Holloway

Series 1: Fine Lines Graphite pencil on Fabriano paper The two areas I explored were graphite drawings and analogue photography. I am so fascinated by the attention to detail that is needed to create such a complex and beautiful subject. Through this exploration into the body I found that analogue photography is also similar to the human; a blank negative is changed over time by not only its self but by the people surrounding it. Little Yarra Steiner School

2016
exhibition