EXHIBITION 2012 – 2013


In it’s 14th year of operation the students proudly exhibited their works once again at the annual Exhibition held at Georgette’s Art Gallery and Studio in Birkdale on Saturday 9th November 2013.
1st prize Gold winner as well as peoples choice was awarded to Dan Babtista (left) by Georgette Schwantes (centre) and Brylee Langley Judge and Artist (right) the sculpture titled: ” The Traveller “


2nd Prize Silver winner Kayleen Jensen (below left) being awarded the prize by Georgette Schwantes and Artist Brylee Langley. for her sculpture Titled:  “Memorial Flame”



3rd Prize Bronze winner Marilyn Gothard (below right) being awarded the prize by Georgette Schwantes for her sculpture Titled: “Sit around me and sing”



Encouragement award was awarded to Lesley Robinson for her sculpture Titled: “Malakai”

Work in Progress by student Lesley  Cavell at the 2013 Exhibition. During Judging guests can view the art, and vote Peoples Choice (in the Box)

Guests were entertained on the Patio at Georgette’s Art during the Exhibition by Hayley Kitchener, enjoyed and appreciated by all, thank you Hayley.

Guests enjoyed viewing the art & voting for their choice while enjoying some refreshments.



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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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