Identity through Wire Work

Wire is a material that has an amazing ability to capture the excitement and energy within the making process. Many wire sculptures are like three-dimensional drawings; they have a wonderful airy presence; containing intriguing spaces in between the lines created. In a way the pliers, or our fingers, are the pen and the wire is the paint.

Renata Biancardi

These Pre-Primary students are using their self-portrait drawings as inspiration to create beautiful wire representations of themselves. During the process, they learnt a variety of new skills through problem-solving by translating the same idea in two completely different media.

Their faces showing concentration, joy in their craft and achievement tell the real story! How inspiring is it to see how anything is possible when you are creating.

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From the Principal

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Pablo Picasso

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