Gallery: HSC art works elicit wonder

Two exhibitions opened at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday; HSC showcase Body Of Work: Wow! and Cabinets of Curiosities: the art of collecting by Kerry Kinnane.

Sarah Hazell from Nowra High School with her photo series Monumental at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Sarah Hazell from Nowra High School with her photo series Monumental at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Mathew Gauci from Bomaderry High School with his exhibit Flowtation at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Mathew Gauci from Bomaderry High School with his exhibit Flowtation at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Dana Toombs from Kiama High School presents her artwork Fairfarren to audiences at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Dana Toombs from Kiama High School presents her artwork Fairfarren to audiences at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Ryan Conway from Worrigee and Carly Brown from Callala Bay admiring the art at the opening of art exhibition Cabinets of Curiosities: the art of collecting at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Ryan Conway from Worrigee and Carly Brown from Callala Bay admiring the art at the opening of art exhibition Cabinets of Curiosities: the art of collecting at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Chair of ADFAS Shoalhaven Jim Birkett from North Nowra at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Chair of ADFAS Shoalhaven Jim Birkett from North Nowra at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Wendy Illingsworth from Kiama, artist Bronte Illingsworth from Kiama High School, Jenny Morris from Gerroa and Scott Illingsworth from Kiama at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Wendy Illingsworth from Kiama, artist Bronte Illingsworth from Kiama High School, Jenny Morris from Gerroa and Scott Illingsworth from Kiama at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Kerry Kinnane, with his artwork Flight of Fancy at the opening of his exhibition Cabinets of Curiosities: the art of collecting at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Kerry Kinnane, with his artwork Flight of Fancy at the opening of his exhibition Cabinets of Curiosities: the art of collecting at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Kaysan Collins from Vincentia High School with her artwork The Exquisite Side of the Subconscious Mind at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Kaysan Collins from Vincentia High School with her artwork The Exquisite Side of the Subconscious Mind at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Susan Gould, artist Natarsha Bradstock and Helen Bradstock from Callala Bay admire the artwork Family Love at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Susan Gould, artist Natarsha Bradstock and Helen Bradstock from Callala Bay admire the artwork Family Love at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow! showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Brad Bishop from Nowra Anglican College with his artwork The Rose Tinted Menagerie at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow’ showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.

Brad Bishop from Nowra Anglican College with his artwork The Rose Tinted Menagerie at the opening of the Body Of Work: Wow’ showcase at the Shoalhaven City Arts Centre on Saturday.