Students from Ryedale School are to celebrate their GCSE Art success with an exciting exhibition at Bridge Street Frames and Gallery in Helmsley.
The exhibition will feature stunning pieces of work produced by students from Ryedale School as part of their GCSE coursework and examination 2014. The work includes a wide range of styles and demonstrates the use of a range of media including acrylic paint, pastels, mixed media, watercolours and pencil drawings. This is a fantastic opportunity to see work from young local artists inspired by a range of topics. The work includes pieces based on ‘Identity’, ‘Close Up’, ‘Disguise’, ‘Openings’ and ‘Atmospheres’. Pupils were required to research their topic and select artists to inspire the final pieces which are to be exhibited. The exhibition begins on Monday 29th September and will be running until Friday 10th October 2014.
“There are a lot of talented individuals who should be encouraged to exhibit their artwork. This is a fantastic opportunity to bring to light some of the talent we have at Ryedale School. We hope that people find time to call in and see the exhibition in the forthcoming weeks.”
Mr Hopkins Head of Art