Tasker art students exhibit in
January exhibition at the Waterfront Gallery in Milford Docks is a
little different from usual. It's a showcase for the artwork
of GCSE and `A' level students from Tasker MilwardSchool.
David Randell, the Gallery Director explained "It's part of our mission
statement to encourage and support the work of young artists and
craft workers and when we heard that many
of the students are contemplating a career in the creative arts it
seemed a great idea to offer them an exhibition."
The show, especially commissioned by Chris Prosser, Head of Art
and his colleague Shana Edwards said, "This was a wonderful
opportunity for students to work towards a live brief and
certainly been an
exciting buzz of activity in the art rooms in the run up to
Christmas. Many of the students have been
new methods and techniques and it
's been amazing to see so many different outcomes
in different media all born from similar or the same starting points."
have been working hard pursuing a variety of themes but
predominantly focussing on their surroundingenvironment, the coastline, docks, people, flora and
fauna and the title "Elements" refers to the formal attributes of
art & design, such as line, tone, form and colour.
exhibition will be officially opened by Ms Kate Evans-Hughes, PCC
Director of Children & Schools on Thursday 22 January and will
continue until 28 February.
Prosser concluded "This is a great opportunity for the school and
the department to showcase its pupils' talents to the general public and within
a professional environment and we're very grateful to the gallery
for giving us this opportunity."
Exhibition opens on Thursday 22 January and continues
gallery is open from Monday to Saturday 10.30am till
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