Preparatory School artists had the chance to show off their fabulous work at a special exhibition this week.
Rydal Penrhos hosted the annual showcase on Wednesday, March 7, which was organised by teacher Suzy Morris with a view to giving parents and family members a chance to see what their children had been working on throughout the academic year at the creative department.
There were a host of sensational creations on display, with the Year 3 work surrounding Vincent Van Gogh featuring prominently.
The self-portraits by various year groups were also a source of great discussion for the dozens of people that attended, while Year 4’s skeleton masks were colourful and frightening in equal measure.
Another outstanding feature at the exhibition was the Mexican theme, with Retablo boxes and sunshine face clocks dazzling with their brightness and quality.
Other things that caught the eye were Aboriginal skin and House paintings done by members of Year 5, 3D printmaking and Japanese designed masks in what was a fabulous showcase of the fantastic work being done under the expert guidance and support of Mrs Morris.
Deputy Head Alison Hind, said: “This was an absolutely extraordinary exhibition and once again Mrs Morris has done an exceptional job of not only organising the event, but ensuring that the creativity of each pupil at Rydal Penrhos continues to thrive thanks to her passion and encouragement.”
A full gallery of the Art Exhibition can be found here