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Thurston students showcase artwork




An A-level art, textiles and photography end of year show was held at Thurston Community College.

Students from the college in Drinkstone Road produced fantastic work in all three disciplines.

During the two-year course, each student has the opportunity to develop their own visual style on a theme or multiple themes of their
choice.

Rosina Wager, Lucia Henry, Abigail Kerry, Freya Willcox, Jess Hobbs and Rachel Simpson at the A-level Art Exhibition. Picture by Mark Westley.
Rosina Wager, Lucia Henry, Abigail Kerry, Freya Willcox, Jess Hobbs and Rachel Simpson at the A-level Art Exhibition. Picture by Mark Westley.

The exhibition included some skilful pieces based on a variety of subject matters, including portraiture, architecture, the natural world and still life.

The students’ individual ideas have been explored in a range of media including, painting, drawing, print making, printed textiles, fabric construction, installation art, graphics, typography, traditional photography and digital photography.

The evening celebrated the hard work of the students with both the public and with their friends and families.



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