Young Archie Competition at Umina
Umina Beach Public School's Art Club has run a Young Archie Competition this year to coincide with the Archibald Prize competition at the Art Gallery of NSW.
The works are now on display in the school library.
"The challenge was for students to create a portrait of a person who is special to them, who is known to them and plays a significant role in their life," said deputy principal Ms Sharlene Percival.
"Eight entrants demonstrated enormous commitment and dedication to the completion of their artworks over Terms 1 and 2 and are in the running to win a fabulous prize pack of art supplies including canvases, paints, oil pastels and sketching pencil kits."
Newsletter, 31 Jul 2018
Sharlene Percival, Umina Beach Public School
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