Self-expression explored at Trinity School art show in Shirley

Some of the A-level work by Hugo Hutchins

Becky Guthrie, 17, has created sculpture and paintings for the exhibition

Christopher O'Brien's paintings have originated from philosophical themes

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There is an opportunity to see potential Turner Prize-winning artists of the future and say “I was there” when they started.

Until June 30, members of the public are invited to visit Trinity School’s GCSE and A-level art and photography exhibition and see everything from oil paintings to sculptures.

Croydon Guardian: Becky Guthrie, 17, has created sculpture and paintings for the exhibition

Pupils exhibiting work at the school in Shirley, said they appreciated being given the freedom to express themselves through their art.

Director of art Alan Smith said: “Trinity’s artists and photographers have explored a great variety of media with images ranging from romantic oil paintings inspired by philosophical debate to thought-provoking religious sculptural images.

“The students have created a fantastic range of individual and personal responses and I am very proud of their work.”

Croydon Guardian: Christopher O'Brien's paintings have originated from philosophical themes

The exhibition is open to the public by appointment on weekdays, 10am to 4pm. Email info@shawgallery.org to book.

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