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Friday, 17 July 2009

Art Exhibition
















Hello, I just wanted to share these photographs from our annual school and community art exhibition.
I'm sure you will agree that the quality of drawing and sculpture would not be out of place in a private gallery or museum, well I am biased!
I enjoy so much working with the students and community artists.
I am also very privileged to work with the artist and sculptor George Wagstaffe who teaches our A'level students and life drawing class.You will find his sculptures in the City of Coventry.
This is just a small selection of the work by his students.
I will post more pictures over the next few days.
I forgot to say, I sold the tree embroidery I did from my last post.

10 comments:

Lynn said...

Wow, I did think it was some terrific professional art exhibt in the big City! Wow.
What age are the students who do this work? Wow. What a beatiful exhibit hall as well. Wow. Did I say Wow already? Wow.

Art4Sol said...

Yes, these are wonderful...thanks!

Heloise said...

Some wonderful work from some very talented artists.

Kayla coo said...

Hi Lynn,
The work I have featured is mainly the mature students although the modern sculpture abstract pieces are by 18 year olds.
I will show some A'level work soon.
Thank you for your lovely comments I will pass them on.x

Jackie said...

That is some exhibition.
I particularly like the white figure sculpture.

Threadspider said...

Stunning art work-what talent on show.

LOVE STITCHING RED said...

Beautiful work by the students, thank you for showing us. Delighted that you sold your tree piece. Congratulations

Have a great weekend
Carolyn x

ps. back blogging again! I've tagged you for SIX SUMMER SILLIES. Hope that's ok. Only join in if you feel like it!

Jane said...

The exhibition looks great! and what a lovely space to hold it in, some future talent to watch out for there.

Gunnels blog said...

Looks like a great exhibition! Congratulations for you sale :-)

karen said...

fantastic sculpture, someone has a great future ahead of them!