Ipswich Grammar School students Dnail Busch, Nick Baker, Jarrod Bravin and Campbell Ross all have art pieces in the Ipswich Grammar School 2012 Art Show. Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times
Ipswich Grammar School students Dnail Busch, Nick Baker, Jarrod Bravin and Campbell Ross all have art pieces in the Ipswich Grammar School 2012 Art Show. Photo: Rob Williams / The Queensland Times Rob Williams

Weird and wonderful on show at IGS

MOULDED skulls, life-sized sculptures and abstract paintings are just some of the artworks on show at the Ipswich Grammar School's (IGS) exhibition.

The IGS Art Show features the works of many students from across the senior and junior schools.

Senior student Nick Baker said different year levels had worked together to put on the show, made up of works created for assessment and during class time.

"We've got works from Grades 4 to 12 featured," Nick said. "We've got photography, multimedia, sketches, sculpture, all that kind of stuff, some Photoshop work as well."

The exhibition is open to the public and will run until tomorrow. It is on the first floor of the Main Administration Building at the Darling St, Ipswich, school grounds.



2020 election too soon to call for veteran councillors

premium_icon 2020 election too soon to call for veteran councillors

Both reluctant to make a call on running again in 18 months

Apology handed down to Ipswich residents at the 11th hour

premium_icon Apology handed down to Ipswich residents at the 11th hour

"There has been a stench over council and I want to see that lifted"

Homeless man the victim of 'brutal, cowardly' street bashing

premium_icon Homeless man the victim of 'brutal, cowardly' street bashing

Magistrate horrified by young attacker's assault

Local Partners