Artwork submitted in secondary school artists comp
An artwork from Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina campus student Kahlia Williams has been submitted into the Secondary School Artists of the Year competition.
"Kahlia created this artwork from a collaborative process between Ms Mason's Year 9 visual art class and Ms Kitson's English AVID class," said campus principal Ms Kerrie O'Heir.
"Students used nonsensical sentences as a stimulus to create a surrealist-inspired artwork.
"Kahlia responded to a sentence written by Jake Wall: The horse's fire burns hot but is nothing like the evening swan's."
Votes may be cast at https://gleam.io/g/gWhTO
Social media, 21 Jul 2021
Kerrie O'Heir, BWSC Umina