The Year 13 Art Exhibition showcased students work which explored a wide variety of themes – ranging from a variety of large scale pieces to preliminary sketchbooks.

The students took their own lead stimuli and these included:

Megan Crowther – Street Photography, Portraiture & Identity.
William Smith – Architecture, Structures and Buildings of Poole, as well as linking in Lichfield, Birmingham and elements of travel and space.
Ryan Jones – Sculptures in Wire & Exploring Wildlife and Plastic Pollution.
Will McQuaide – Dystopia & Post-Apocalyptic Society (using digital drawing to create expressive and emotional portraiture).

All attendees were thrilled with the quality of work – “Proud just doesn’t say enough today” – and the A-Level moderator was certain to be impressed with the quality shown.

The students are taking these skills forward with university courses on the horizon which include Fine Art and Graphic Games Design.

Matt Allman, Headteacher, said: “The Art Department set a high standard every year and the latest exhibition did not disappoint. We are all looking forward to the Summer Sizzler which will see a showcase of work from our current Year 12 students.”