Students at Biddenham Upper School have showcased their work at the annual art exhibition.
The exhibition was an opportunity to display work from both the GCSE and A level classes and included examples of fine art, textiles, ceramics, sculpture and photography.
Allan Kavanagh, head of art at the school, said: “We are extremely proud of the high standard of work that is produced in this department.
“This show is a celebration of the creativity, hard-work and enthusiasm of GCSE and sixth-form students at Biddenham. On show is a selection of visual arts work in textiles, photography and art & design - including paintings and ceramics.
“Work encompasses pieces that are technically skillful but also display a willingness to extend thinking conceptually and create something vibrant and life affirming.”
St Paul’s Cathedral is by Kotryna Serabriakova and the Women’s Faces by Tom Percival,