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Inspire By - SGHS Gallery
Our art teachers have been putting together a virtual gallery on our VLE, Firefly, as a means of allowing our students to share what has inspired them. In doing so we hope it will inspire others to be creative during this difficult time. If you want a piece of your Art work, Photography, Sculpture or other to be included in the gallery please email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org It would be lovely to have a little explanation about the work too. Thank you and keep being inventive and creative!
In the words of Robert Motherwell:
"Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it"
Annie Cornish - Year 11
This is one of Annie’s recent Photography edits in response to the theme: Manipulating Reality. Love it Annie.
Neve Rooney - Year 12
This beautiful, sensitive drawing is work in progress, a fantastic start to your Personal Investigation! Well done Neve I look forward to seeing where this takes you.
Elsa Birch - Year 9
I loved the film Elsa, and this is equally superb well done!
“My Neighbour Totoro”
Millie Bradley - Year 13
The last time I saw these sculptures they were in two piles, and in desperate need of construction, I wondered on the last day we were at school, whether I would ever see them finished. Wow Millie they look even better than I hoped!
Wood and florist wire, inspired by Barbara Licha....but oh so much more; especially at a time when we are all enclosed in our own worlds!
Anna Graham-Roe - Year 11
There were too many to choose from Anna, all fabulous! I went for this one, as you know I love this series, well done!!
Niamh Ashton - Year 10
Word a gorgeous drawing, thank you for sending Niamh! In Niamh’s words:
“This is a portrait of my younger self that I have been doing over these past few weeks”
Lily Dhillon-Downey - Year 10
Great to see this completed, I knew it would be wonderful, another portrait inspired by Sam Dalby. Well done!
Rosie Marren - Year 8
Wow ! Thank you Rosie, what a superb effort! I think Rosie best describes why she has done this:
“I drew this horse because I looked outside and saw a group of horses on the canal, they inspired me to draw one and I thought that I would try a new style by drawing in chalk”
I knew Mrs Beaumont would not disappoint us. She has given it the title: Lunch. I am not so sure that does it justice! I have taken the liberty of calling it: Edible , enigmatic spider from above!
Emma Richardson - Year 9
It is dull outside today, but the sun just shone inside when I received this from Emma. THANK YOU!
In her owns words:
“I made this digital drawing of my class. It was inspired by how my class continued to work together as a whole to get through the first week of working from home”
Lily Baxendale - Year 12
Lily has sent this superb drawing she has done this week; as she is looking at the work of Ernst Haeckel. Wonderful well done Lily!
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