Excellence in Art

Excellence in Art • News • Te Aroha College

2017 Excellence in Art competition by Paterson Burn Optometrists

 

Tyla Wilne<br>Uploaded:https://tearoha.ibcdn.nz/media/2017_04_13_wilne.jpg Teagan Nick

Te Aroha College Art department would like to congratulate the following students for the excellent quality of their entries for the 2017 Excellence in Art competition by Paterson Burn Optometrists.

The following students have entered:

Nicholas Hagan

Tegan Gorman

Tyla Qualtrough

Wilne Vermeulen

All paintings are currently on display at the Creative Waikato art gallery until the morning of Friday 5th May.

Paintings can also be viewed online at www.patersonburn.co.nz/artwork and the public can bid for the ones they would like to purchase.

 

On the Paterson Burn optometrists’ facebook page, they are also running a People’s Choice award. The painting with the most likes, will win its student artist a prize, which will be presented at the Awards night. I encourage everyone to vote for their favourite student artwork.

Tyla’s entry was also featured in the Piako Post online article.

https://www.neighbourly.co.nz/e-edition/piako-post/15926   page 7

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Excellence in Art

Excellence in Art • News • Te Aroha College

2017 Excellence in Art competition by Paterson Burn Optometrists

 

Tyla Wilne<br>Uploaded:https://tearoha.ibcdn.nz/media/2017_04_13_wilne.jpg Teagan Nick

Te Aroha College Art department would like to congratulate the following students for the excellent quality of their entries for the 2017 Excellence in Art competition by Paterson Burn Optometrists.

The following students have entered:

Nicholas Hagan

Tegan Gorman

Tyla Qualtrough

Wilne Vermeulen

All paintings are currently on display at the Creative Waikato art gallery until the morning of Friday 5th May.

Paintings can also be viewed online at www.patersonburn.co.nz/artwork and the public can bid for the ones they would like to purchase.

 

On the Paterson Burn optometrists’ facebook page, they are also running a People’s Choice award. The painting with the most likes, will win its student artist a prize, which will be presented at the Awards night. I encourage everyone to vote for their favourite student artwork.

Tyla’s entry was also featured in the Piako Post online article.

https://www.neighbourly.co.nz/e-edition/piako-post/15926   page 7

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Excellence in Art

Excellence in Art • News • Te Aroha College

2017 Excellence in Art competition by Paterson Burn Optometrists

 

Tyla Wilne<br>Uploaded:https://tearoha.ibcdn.nz/media/2017_04_13_wilne.jpg Teagan Nick

Te Aroha College Art department would like to congratulate the following students for the excellent quality of their entries for the 2017 Excellence in Art competition by Paterson Burn Optometrists.

The following students have entered:

Nicholas Hagan

Tegan Gorman

Tyla Qualtrough

Wilne Vermeulen

All paintings are currently on display at the Creative Waikato art gallery until the morning of Friday 5th May.

Paintings can also be viewed online at www.patersonburn.co.nz/artwork and the public can bid for the ones they would like to purchase.

 

On the Paterson Burn optometrists’ facebook page, they are also running a People’s Choice award. The painting with the most likes, will win its student artist a prize, which will be presented at the Awards night. I encourage everyone to vote for their favourite student artwork.

Tyla’s entry was also featured in the Piako Post online article.

https://www.neighbourly.co.nz/e-edition/piako-post/15926   page 7

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