TALENTED students from Woking College made it six of the best at The Lightbox Gallery with a stunning collection of works.
The week-long showcase of classroom capabilities, now in its sixth year, gives the next generation of creative artists from the Rydens Way college a chance to see their work displayed in the area’s top museum.
The extensive exhibit featured work from textiles, photography, fine art, applied art and design and design technology A-level courses.
So popular is the Summer Art Exhibition, which comes to an end on Sunday, that this July students were invited to display their work for a record two-week period.
Last year’s exhibition attracted more than 400 guests, making the show the biggest in the gallery’s calendar. Prizes were awarded to students Holly Hunt, Joanne Jones and Florence Robjohn who now have the opportunity for their work to be entered into the prestigious National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Society competition.
Delighted Holly, who is going on to study art at university, said: “I really couldn’t have done it without the support of Woking College and, in particular my fine art teacher, Chris Bird.”