Artists on Show

St Hilda’s is proud to support local artists through our Artists on Show exhibition.

All these fantastic artworks are currently on display in our reception area and are available for purchase.

Due to the health restrictions impacting access to school premises, these works can be seen by private appointment after school hours. Our Head of Philanthropy and Fundraising, Fleur Allen would be delighted to host you.

Please book in advance using the button below.

Virtual Exhibition

Jacqui Armstrong 

Jacqui’s art is a combination of layers, textures and an abundance of colour to blend both the unique circumstances and the universal truths of the story she’s telling. Jacqui uses acrylics on stretched canvas and various mediums including oil pastel and pencil. She enjoys exploring various colour relationships, bold shapes and blending in her work.

Jacqui’s creative expression is unfiltered by formal education. She gives freedom to her power of perception and trusts her instincts as she works. Recently, Jacqui’s paintings are evolving through experimentation and workshops with various Australian and International artists.

“For me, the power of story is its ability to connect us. While we each hold a distinct perspective and live our own inimitable narratives, there are common tenets that unite us. Love and grief, empathy and wonder, beauty and passion.”

Caroline Muscat

Originally from Paris, Caroline Muscat moved to Perth with her family 16 years ago. She discovered acrylic painting in Perth after learning watercolours in a Parisian studio. Her inspiration comes from Australian trees and flowers. Mixing organic shapes with a bold and vibrant colour palette is her signature style.

In 2017, one of her acrylic paintings was selected by the Black Swan portraiture prize (now The Lester Prize) and exhibited at Brookfield Tower in Perth CBD.