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KHS showcases pupils’ artwork

During the annual four-day exhibition people enjoyed the beautiful art that was showcased.

The hall of Krugersdorp High School (KHS) recently was transformed into an art gallery to showcase the pupils’ artistic talent.

During the annual four-day exhibition members of the public, family members and fellow pupils were able to enjoy the beautiful art that was showcased.

Chelsea Munch, a Grade 11 pupil from Krugersdorp High School next to the oil painting that she painted of her Jack Russel Teddy Bear, which was sold for R1 550 during an auction.
Chelsea Munch, a Grade 11 pupil from Krugersdorp High School next to the oil painting that she painted of her Jack Russel Teddy Bear, which was sold for R1 550 during an auction.

It also was held to help Grade 9 pupils with their subject choices for the remaining years of their school career.

KHS is one of the top art schools in the Gauteng and obtained 18 distinctions in both the visual and design subjects.

The art pieces that were on display included sculptures from air drying clay, paintings in which different techniques, styles and mediums were used, fashion designs and visual art.

Charmaine Arneil's water colour painting Bird on the hand reached R2 200 during an auction.
Charmaine Arneil’s water colour painting Bird on the hand reached R2 200 during an auction.

Two art pieces created by Grade 11 pupils Chelsea Munch and Charmaine Arneil drew the attention of the public and were sold during an auction presented by Neil Holmes, the deputy head principal of Krugersdorp High School and totaled an amount of R3 750.

Raymond Schwulst is the lucky owner of both these artworks.

During the gala evening of the art exhibition several cultural acts were performed on stage including a permormance by KHS’s own choir. There also was some dancing, poetry and singing acts.

 
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