Amy is IHC Finalist

19 Nov Amy is IHC Finalist

A piece of digital art created by Year 12 student Amy Hanham, has been selected as one of 26 finalists in the IHC Art Awards.

The IHC Art Awards provides artists who have an intellectual disability with the opportunity to have their talent recognised, their voices heard and to sell their work. It highlights the talent and achievements of people with intellectual disabilities.

Amy’s piece, entitled ‘Difference’, depicts two contrasting figures, one demonic and the other angelic and it was her first ever entry into the competition. She has been doing art since kindergarten and mum Claire is extremely proud that she has come this far.

Credit must also be given to Amy’s Art teacher, Rebecca Islemonger, and her Teacher Aide, Evana Hansen, who commented, “Amy has been expanding into the use of new mediums recently and she has come a long way over the past few months. It’s been great to see her develop and grow as an artist.”

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