TALENTED artists have showcased their work in Priestley College and in a virtual art gallery.
Their achievements were displayed in the college’s gallery, but also made online at www.priestleygraphics.co.uk
“Every year we enjoy showing off the incredible array of talent that Priestley students demonstrate whether it be in traditional forms of art or more modern takes on the subject,” said Andrea Marren, Head of Art and Design at Priestley College.
“This year has been no exception and the Summer Showcase really is a fitting tribute to the talent of these young artists and the tutors who have guided them over the past few years.”
Amongst the work on show was that of Rochelle Reid, a former Sir Thomas Boteler High School pupil, who explored the theme of ‘A Touch of Frost’ and produced a home interior.
“I felt it would be interesting to experiment with water and ice, by collecting natural items from the outdoors such as leaves and flowers. I placed them in water and then in the freezer to trap them in ice,” she said.
All the work is still available to view at www.priestleygraphics.co.uk