St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.

Stephen Meagher having a closer look at the Year 11 mixed media portraits.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
St Stephen’s students showcased their art at a Duncraig exhibition.
Stephen Meagher having a closer look at the Year 11 mixed media portraits.

SCHOOL buildings became art spaces when St Stephen’s School’s Carramar and Duncraig campuses held their annual exhibitions at the end of last month.

The Carramar K-12 Art Exhibition filled the walls with paintings, portraits, sculptures and artworks students had created.

As well as displaying students’ artworks, the Synthesis Exhibition at Duncraig also displayed the works of its technology and enterprise students, including furniture, film, fashion and graphic art.

“The artwork on display was a credit to the teachers and students who spent countless hours creating masterpieces that would not be out of place in any gallery,” principal Tony George said.