College exhibition showcases exam artwork

St Mary’s College in Crosby recently mounted a special exhibition showcasing the work of its A-level and GCSE art students.

A studio at the Everest Road school was transformed into a gallery for the exhibition – called simply ‘Found’ – which included an exciting range of paintings, prints, photos, sculptures and installations.

St Mary’s has a thriving art department and staff say the standard of work this year was exceptionally good.

Head of art, David Rasores-Parry, said: “This year’s exhibition proved to be a great success thanks to the range and quality of the pieces on view that was absolutely stunning.

“It is a great credit to our students here at St Mary’s that they are producing innovative work of such a high calibre.

“It was also clear from talking to their family members that they really appreciated the opportunity to come and look at the pieces their children have put so much time and effort into.

“They are rightly very proud of the diverse range of work on show which is beautiful, dramatic, thought provoking and in some cases even frightening”.

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