Art Exhibitions 2020

Due to the current situation, we have decided to bring you our exhibitions virtually. We hope you enjoy the following virtual galleries.

 
 

UWGCF Art Exhibition

As a member of the United Westminster & Grey Coat Foundation, our School is one of five participating in an annual Art Exhibition, intended to celebrate and engage the artistic talents of all students. Due to COVID-19, all selected Art pieces have been displayed in a virtual art gallery. You can view all of the artwork, and winning pieces, in the exhibition below.

You can also enter the exhibition here. 

 
 

GCSE Art and Photography

For their final GCSE coursework unit, students were invited to choose their own project topics from a selection of titles including 'Personalities', 'Beasts', 'Spaces and Places', 'Narrative' and 'Underwater'. They started by researching artwork related to their respective topics, and slowly developed ideas towards a final outcome. I'm sure you will agree the resulting work shows great technique, breadth and creativity.

You can also enter the exhibition here. 

 

 

AS and A Level Art

At A Level, students are encouraged to follow independent areas of inquiry. This year, coursework themes included 'Architecture', 'Fantasy Art', 'Horses', 'Figures', 'People and Pets', 'Family' and 'Film-Noir'. The quality and diversity of the final exhibit is truly exceptional. I'm sure it would have been even more stunning had they been able to sit their final examination practical!

You can also enter the exhibition here. 

 

 

A Level Photography

Photography A Level coursework topics this year included 'Light Experimentation', 'Horror', 'Femmes Fatales', 'Fragmented Portraiture', 'City Life' and 'Old and New'. Students are really starting to push creative and technological boundaries in the subject, and the final exhibit clearly demonstrates a wide range of skills and concepts.

You can also enter the exhibition here. 

 

 

Art Competition

This year's Art competition was titled 'Endangered Species', and encouraged students of all ages to respond creatively to the plight of the many threatened animal species we share our planet with. We were delighted to see the thought-provoking and sensitive manner in which our community's young artists reacted to this challenging subject matter.

You can also enter the exhibition here. 

 

 
 

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