Impressive painting by James - Year 10
We are enormously proud of James (Year 10), who is a developing artist. James is a Kurnai man from East Gippsland. He recently unveiled this impressive painting in the Tudor Centre, which will soon adorn our Senior School Reception. It tells the story of James’ time at Trinity. The green and gold represent Trinity. The brown colour represents the Indigenous boys in the School who are teaching and sharing their Aboriginal culture. The handprints are of James’ school connections, the Trinity Mob. The white marks represent our non-indigenous students. James is pictured here with our Indigenous Program Coordinators, Nathan Newcastle and Tyrone Bean, Levi (Year 9) and our Head of Art, John Waller.