Wandong art show a success

A recent exhibition in Wandong featured 146 works by 120 students at Three Brushes Studio, including both children and adults.​

By Max Davis

Wandong’s Three Brushes Studio held its second art exhibition earlier this month, which featured more than 140 works by 120 students of all ages.

Two new categories were introduced at this year’s exhibition: an audience award, where the public could vote for their favorite pieces; and an all skill category, which allowed a wider range of students to exhibit their art.

Three Brushes owner and teacher Sharon Delaney said she was proud to see her students and the studio grow over the past year.

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“I’m really proud of what the kids have done, with the amount of work compared to last year and the growth they’ve shown,” she said.

“There are so many differences in the quality of work. They just grew and challenged themselves and it shows in their artwork.”

The studio has grown over the past year to accommodate students of all ages and abilities, with this year’s exhibition also receiving support from the Kilmore Art Society and Officeworks, as well as community judges.

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“Most of these kids aren’t going to be our lead athletes, they’re not going to be the best footy players or the fastest on the field, but art is a way for them to show they’re good at something, and it’s something great that lasts forever.” will have,” Ms. Delaney said.

The studio is working to introduce new activities such as mosaics, paper quilling, thread art, as well as new challenges such as 3D drawing and life drawing.

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Ms Delaney said she hopes the next exhibition will feature a greater variety of art styles.

“It’s about giving them more to challenge themselves with in terms of artwork and showing that it’s not just about painting,” she said.

“Hopefully next year it will be bigger and there will be more art, maybe we will even have to rent a bigger hall.”

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