Gallery displays impressive work by Weston College students

PUBLISHED: 17:00 20 February 2019

Weston College students at the opening of their exhibition.      Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Weston College students at the opening of their exhibition. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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Paintings, photography, print and mixed media created by students a students have gone on display at an art gallery.

There will be a variety of artwork on display by the A-level students.      Picture: MARK ATHERTONThere will be a variety of artwork on display by the A-level students. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Louise Chapman, Molly Burton-Dickie, Lydia Cashmore, Maya Sorensen-Bates, Sarahjane Hudson, Eve Hawkins, Sophie Gillett, Samantha Williams, Olivia Dollery, Alex Mitchell, Megan Behennah, Lauren Nichols, Kayleigh Ellis and Victoria Valentine have worked towards the exhibition as part of their A-level course.

Their work will be on display in LT Gallery, Orchard Street, until March 12.

There are references to Mexican art, African print and gender ambiguity, as well as personal expression of relationships to 
places, people, other artists and history.

Students have also learnt how to prepare for and put on an exhibition at a gallery.

LT Gallery, Orchard Street. Opening of Weston College exhibition.   

 Picture: MARK ATHERTONLT Gallery, Orchard Street. Opening of Weston College exhibition. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

The gallery is open on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10am-4pm and from noon to 7pm on Thursdays.


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