Margot Nattrass with one of her pieces

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Flowers were something of a theme at this year’s PLC Old Collegians Association art show.
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But there were also boats, goats, birds, portraits, landscapes, jewellery, and so much more, as art lit up the school for the eagerly awaited annual event.
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Artist Jenny Davies with two of her works

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Hundreds of PLC supporters flocked to the Friday night cocktail party fundraiser.

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Alicia Hill, Sally Chaney and Sascha Hill

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We were regaled with tasty nibblies, passed around by PLC and Scotch students, wine, and live music as we wandered around enjoying the artworks.
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Artists Eliza Burton and Fiz Eustance

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This year’s show was the biggest so far: with more than 500 works of art on display.
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Karen and Alice Ford

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Among the crowds were the family of the late Francesca Nelson, who’d had the difficult task of picking a winner for the award named in Francesca’s honour.
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Annie Stroud

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This year that prestigious prize went to Fremantle artist Eveline Kotai.
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Jane Linfoot quickly snapped up the winning piece by Eveline Kotai called Totem 2

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The art show continued throughout the weekend.
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Justine Garland, Sally Evans and Jacqui Dunn

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Congrats to all the Old Collegians for making this event such an annual hit.
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Helen Brown

 

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Hazel Day

 

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Sara Forougai and Kate Luscombe

 

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A piece called Da Merc

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