Carmel College Crosses Commission


Carmel College commission Georgette Schwantes to sculpt the two crosses representing the year of connectedness.

This year is the year of connectedness and Carmel College has taken the  concept as the heart of all college activities, from spiritual to cultural and community involvement. So far this year Carmel College has been involved with the connection theme through leadership and motivational activities, demonstrating the connection to the spiritual land.  The core principal in it’s Catholic Faith and it’s connection to everyday events.
Artist / Sculptor Georgette Schwantes was commissioned by Carmel College to create two crosses to signify the College symbols.  The large cross will be displayed at the Alter while the smaller cross is carried by the front bearer of the procession.

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Georgette Schwantes

Georgette Schwantes

An accredited TAFE teacher with a lifetime of experience. Georgette now teaches others to create amazing sculptures in a peaceful and positive social environment.

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