• Art
  • 12 June 2023

Art Exhibitions Opening

The lovely weather set the stage for the highly anticipated opening of our GCSE, AS, and A level art exhibitions. This annual…

The lovely weather set the stage for the highly anticipated opening of our GCSE, AS, and A level art exhibitions. This annual event is a celebration of our exam year students’ artistic accomplishments, highlighting their passion and hard work.

All six studios within the Woodyer Art Studios were transformed into display spaces, with the exhibition featuring pieces from 22 A level students, three AS students, and 41 GCSE students in the areas of Printmaking, Painting, Sculpture, and Photography. As visitors explored the studios, they were treated to a wide-ranging and engaging collection of artwork. The A level students impressed with their remarkable skill and ambitious concepts, offering a range of perspectives. While the three AS students displayed a smaller selection of high-quality pieces, the largest representation came from the 41 GCSE students, who showcased their enthusiasm through diverse styles, techniques, and themes.

Throughout the evening, it was delightful to witness students engaging in conversations about their work with their families and friends, discussing their inspirations, techniques, and the stories behind their artworks.

From expressive mixed media works to highly skilled paintings and bold sculptures, the growth, skill and imagination of our students left a lasting impression on all who came.

The exhibition remains open until 24 June.

 

Mr James Nairne, Director of Art

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