Caroline Chisholm College students selected for ARTEXPRESS

Four HSC students from Caroline Chisholm College have been selected to feature their work in the annual ARTEXPRESS exhibition.

ARTEXPRESS is an annual exhibition of exemplary artworks created by students for the Higher School Certificate examination in Visual Arts. The works represent a broad range of subject matter, approaches, styles and media including painting, photomedia, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, graphic design, documented forms, textiles and fibre, ceramics, time-based forms and collections of works.

ARTEXPRESS represents the high standards and diversity achieved by Year 12 Visual Arts students in New South Wales schools and works will be on display at the Art Gallery of NSW from 12 February to 19 April 2015.

The school’s Leader of Learning for Visual Arts, Karen King said that selection in the exhibition is a prestigious honour that is testament to the dedication of students over their HSC year.

‘We are very proud of our students’ success and it reflects the efforts of our students and the dedication of their teachers,’ said Karen. ‘Only a small number of works are selected for the exhibition each year from thousands of visual arts students across NSW so it is an honour.’

'The achievements of our students also reflects the commitment and dedication of their teachers, Felicity Wood and Sarah Eyles,' said Karen. 

Students featured in the exhibition are: 

Scarlett Dunn: Biophilia - Printmaking
Scarlett Dunn: Biophilia - Printmaking

Scarlett Dunn: Biophilia - Printmaking. This is a work on the symbiotic relationships between humans and nature. This work will also be shown at the University of Western Sydney’s Margaret Whitlam Gallery.

Rachelle Gutteridge: A life of Service - Ceramics
Rachelle Gutteridge: A life of Service - Ceramics

Rachelle Gutteridge: A life of Service - Ceramics. This work focuses on Rachelle’s family members who have served in the defence forces from World War I to present day.

Emily Kraljevic: All that Jazz - Ceramics
Emily Kraljevic: All that Jazz - Ceramics

Emily Kraljevic: All that Jazz - Ceramics. Emily's work is based on the art deco forms of the Jazz age. 

Riley O
Riley O'Connor: Stitch in Mechanics - Printmaking

Riley O'Connor: Stitch in Mechanics - Printmaking. Riley has produced works in both Visual Arts and Textiles. This work is a series of prints focusing on the internal structures of sewing machines reflecting her interest in the mechanics of sewing.

For more information about the exhibition, visit the Art Gallery of NSW website