Pictured above is Amber by Thomas Kehoe (painting: oil paint, acrylic paint, pen).
Two talented A level Art students from Notre Dame have entered their work for this year’s Sixth Form College Association National Art Exhibition. The title of this exhibition, perhaps unsurprisingly, is At Home: Reflections on how it feels to be at home living a different kind of life.
As a college we were able to enter up to three pieces, and chose those you can see above and below, by Thomas Kehoe and Christina Davis. This art will be exhibited alongside that of other college students from 3 to 10 June 2020.
The SFCA says that, ‘Sixth form colleges represent a vital supply pipeline of talented artists of the future. It is imperative that we keep the arts in education secure and flourishing. If young people are to make a truly valuable contribution to society, even if they are to be successful scientists, engineers, doctors and technicians, they need to develop their creative skills, their artistic sensitivities and their ability to interact with others.’
You can read more about the exhibition here.
Above is Freedom on a Grey Day (part of the Suit series) by Isabella Christina Davis (digital photography).
Below is Louise by Thomas Kehoe (painting: oil paint, acrylic paint, pen).