Our Art and Design students are showcasing their talents at the a print exhibition in The Cooper Gallery until 20 May.
The artwork selected has been chosen for its range of limited edition contemporary prints using lino cut, wood cut, mono-print, etching and collograph. The inspiration for the artwork arose from a visit to the Picasso exhibition at The Cooper Gallery which provided students with an opportunity to come up with creative and engaging artwork.
As group we then had to pitch our work to The Cooper Gallery which gave us experience of working with a client and a brief.
Student Emma Hay, said: “We experimented with different prints before coming up with the final piece we wanted to submit. As group we then had to pitch our work to The Cooper Gallery which gave us experience of working with a client and a brief. The project has given me a new appreciation for printing and the work involved in producing prints.”
Claire Harrison, Course Leader for Art and Design, added: “We are developing a strong relationship with The Cooper Gallery and our students have had the opportunity to showcase some of their best pieces to a wider audience. I am very proud of the hard work that the students have put in and would recommend the public take the time to see the artwork.”
Last updated: 26th April 2017
Originally posted on: 24th April 2017