The House art exhibition for 2020 was a great opportunity for the pupils to showcase their creativity in art and photography. Mr Pearson kindly judged the event as our judge, Michael Howard, was unable to attend. Well done to all our artists and photographers. Details of the results are as follows:
First prize went to
Sophie P , year 7, for her animal print which was humorous and full of character
Second prize went to:
Owen G for his silk flower painting which was elegant and skilful
Third prize went to
Katie Z , for her textured landscape painting that was exciting and demonstrated strong painting skill
Year 9 Art
Valerie W (De Winton House) received the year 9 prize for art for her still life painting which demonstrated skilful use of technique and imaginative use of colour and brushstroke. 60 points
Special mention went to Lara S for her acrylic still life painting that showed mature technical ability.
Form 10 Art
Dylan R (St Davids House) won the year 10 art prize for the outstanding technical ability and sensitive expression shown in the portrait of his Dad.
Special mention went to Will P for his atmospheric and imaginative architectural prints, and also to Gabriel N for his landscape painting, which showed a real sense of place , depicting the rugged welsh hills through brushstroke and colour
Form 11 Art
Megan F (St Davids House) won the art prize for year 11 for her dynamic, confident and skilful work on the theme of portraiture and architecture. 80 points
Form 12 Art
Amy Chism, Donaldsons House, won the year 12 prize for art for her sophisticated and experimental portraiture. 90 points
Form 13 art
Emily F (St Davids House) won the year 13 prize for her exquisitely crafted felt jacket with meticulous and subtle embroidery. Special mention went to Alena Ratkina for her powerful and confident portraiture which showed a mature level of skill, and to Issie F for her inventive and sophisticated depiction of architecture, with imaginative and skilful use of techniques. 100 points
Form 10 photography
Amelia J won the prize for year 10 photography for her still life composition which demonstrated creative use of composition, camera angle and editing. 70 points
Special mention went to Oliver T for his imaginative approach to still life with well-considered lighting and tone
Form 11 photography
Aimee T won the year 11 prize for photography for her inventive and technically sophisticated images. 80 points
Special mention goes to Bunny BW for her mature and modern interpretation of portraiture.
Form 12 photography
Stephy C (Donaldsons House) won the year 11 prize for photography for her adventurous and exciting compositions and techniques. 90 points
Special mention went to Amy C for her experimental and engaging analogue work.
Form 13 photography
Alena R (Donaldsons House) won the year 13 prize for photography for her inventive images which demonstrated impeccable editing, powerful narratives and engaging final outcomes. 100 points
Special mention went to Issie F for inventive and professional images which demonstrates humour and imagination.
Prize for Best Display went to St Davids House, 60 points.
|De Winton 3rd||140 points|
|St Davids: 2nd||310 points|
|Donaldsons House: 1st||350 points|
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