Huddersfield New College has shared an insight into the work of our Year 12 Fine Art students who have today held a mini Art Showcase to share their creative pieces and celebrate the end of a busy term.
This lunchtime students and teaching staff enjoyed reviewing and discussing a range of individual still life pieces. Over the last term, students have been exploring their creative sides, trying out a range of painting techniques to create a still life piece.
Today’s small, Covid-19 secure gathering was a chance for students to see their work exhibited, and discuss each other’s creations. Students and departmental staff browsed the mini showcase over mince pies, and a preview of their work can be found below.
Ruth Freeman, Teacher of Fine Art comments: “Our Year 12 students have produced some stunning still life pieces. Whilst the current picture with the pandemic means we couldn’t host a wide scale exhibition, today’s showcase was an opportunity for our students to experience seeing their work as part of a collection, and enjoy the wider pieces of their fellow classmates. They all have an incredible level of talent and creativity! It created some interesting and stimulating discussions between them, and was a lovely end to a very busy year. We very much hope that next year we will be able to host a larger scale event, so that our parents, carers and wider community can enjoy taking a look at the talents of our young people in person. Until then, we hope you enjoy our online gallery!”
In Year 11 and interested in A Level Fine Art? Book your place on our lesson tasters here.