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SHC Student Gallery

Over the last 10 years we at Shooters Hill Sixth Form College have pushed our creative students to reach their full potential and create magnificent works of art. Our dedicated exhibition space is always fill with these amazing inspitational projects crafted from creativity and determination.

We will be showcasing our students work starting with our January exhibition.  

Student Exhibitions 


Simply click the name to jump straight to the exhibition you want to see, or scroll down to see them all.

 


Beauty of the World -  January 18th - March 14th

This exhibition is a exploration of the worlds beauty seen through the eye of the beholder.

Jane Goodstudent - Effortless Blue Beauty 

 
Jane working on prototypes
 

"The focus of my work was the sea, ever since i was young i've had a fascination with it and wanted to express its beauty through my art. I used a motif of sand, seashells and crashing waves as the basis of my work. I went through a varity or prototypes before i settled on the final piece.

The work itself is heavily influenced by the works of James Esenpope who used water colours to paint vivid scences of World War 2. I incorporated elements from my own earlier art styles and the final piece became a fusion of old and new which i think is truley unique.

I'm overjoyed with how it turned out and i hope it has an impact and people can have a glimpse into the beauty of the sea from my eyes.

Jason Jackson - Shadows  

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Time -  May 18th - July 5th

This exhibition is a exploration of the concept and themes of time.

Frankie Chase - In a Moment 

Frankie's first prototype

 

"The focus of my work was the sea, ever since i was young i've had a fascination with it and wanted to express its beauty through my art. I used a motif of sand, seashells and crashing waves as the basis of my work. I went through a varity or prototypes before i settled on the final piece.

The work itself is heavily influenced by the works of James Esenpope who used water colours to paint vivid scences of World War 2. I incorporated elements from my own earlier art styles and the final piece became a fusion of old and new which i think is truley unique.

I'm overjoyed with how it turned out and i hope it has an impact and people can have a glimpse into the beauty of the sea from my eyes.

 

 


Modern Life -  September 18th - November 5th

This exhibition is a exploration of the concept and themes of modern life.