Opening of A Level and GCSE Art Exhibitions

The Woodyer Art Studios have never looked better as 5 studios were used to display work from our 58 GCSE and A…

The Woodyer Art Studios have never looked better as 5 studios were used to display work from our 58 GCSE and A level artists. The balmy evening weather enabled guests to spill outside between the different displays. Excited students showed off their work; staff, parents and friends walked around with appreciation.

The A level work was particularly exciting and innovative, but the variety and range from both year groups showed that each student had found a personal voice.

The exhibitions remain open until Speech day (July 1st) at the end of term. Do email James Nairne if you would like to visit: jpn@cranleigh.org 

You can keep up with the Cranleigh School Art department by following @Cranleighart on Twitter!

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