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Students studied the topic of art and illusion, giving consideration to  consideration social and historical ways of seeing. The water colour of a cityscape demonstrates students representation of distance on a 2D surface. The popular illustrations by Thomas Lamadieu inspired students aerial perspective drawings.

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hands

In student’s study of sculpture in Semester 2, a focus on hands informs their subject matter in Term 3. These hands sculptures were built with white earthernware clay.

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amulets

Students experience carving techniques when working in soapstone using a variety of shaped files. The amulets are worn around the neck and resemble ancient artefacts when completed.

Emanuel School Visual Arts 

contemporary visual practice underpinned by our understanding of the past