St Paul’s High School held its annual Art Exhibition, showcasing examples of work from pupils who have completed GCSE, AS and A2 Examinations in Art and Design. Family and friends enjoyed a pleasant evening viewing displays of fashion, textiles, printmaking, ceramics, hat designs, sculpture and interior design.
The school is proud to announce that four pupils have had their artwork selected for possible inclusion in the ‘True Colours Exhibition’ to be held later in the year at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast.
Shane Fegan, an A2 pupil shows his parents his examination work.
Brenagh Meehan with her mum Elizabeth Meehan along with her coursework, which has been nominated for the True Colours exhibition.
The Rigney family admire their son Alan’s exciting GCSE interior design work.
Proud parents of Laura Mc Nally, AS pupil, view her work.
Three generations arrive to see student Rachel Campbell’s Art exhibition.
Top GCSE student Aislynn Bagnall with her proud mum and dad with her coursework, which was nominated for the True Colours Exhibition.