Friday, December 31, 2010

Sofie's VCE Studio Arts

2010 has been a quiet year for me sewing wise but it was a big year for Sofie. A few posts back I talked about Sofie's year 12 VCE Studio Arts pieces. As part of her assessment she was required to produce two art pieces that were related. She also had to produce two folios discussing the preparation of samples and the actual completion of the art pieces. She chose to represent Odette and Odile of Swan Lake. She used similar materials and techniques - tulle, feathers, glitter, quilting, embroidery etc.
I was reluctant to post much about it as she was working on them as they were externally assessed and become part of her VCE score. I didn't want to do anything to effect that in any way.

So now that results are out;
.She won first place with Odette at her schools Creative Arts Week.
.Won peoples choice at Creative Arts Week
.Won the school's VCE prize on the Night of Excellence for Studio Art
.And received a 43 study score on her external assessment. This is out of 50. Anything over 40 is considered very good.

Needless to say we are all very proud of Sofie. I have uploaded quite a few photos on Flickr(please click over and have a look to see close up) and have a few here to show.

Excuse me if my spelling or grammar is off - it has just turned midnight here - Happy New Year - and many champagnes have been had..hic!











8 comments:

Carolyn (cmarie12) said...

Please offer my congratulations to Sophie! The pieces are A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!

Lisa said...

Wow! She has done an amazing job! The pieces are quite beautiful. Congratulations.

Summerset said...

Congratulations! Those pieces are amazing. Happy New Years!

Lori said...

Congratulations to Sophie, amazing job.

Sew4Fun said...

Big congratulations Sophie! What an amazing job you did. Happy New Year, Vicki.

Ann's Fashion Studio said...

Congratulations to your daughter.
The pieces are beautiful!

Happy New Year to you all :)

The Slapdash Sewist said...

Congratulations! What a great accomplishment for your daughter.

Patricia said...

Very impressive pieces!