Following on from previous success, two Level 3 Art and Design students have had their work selected for the UAL Awarding Body Origin Creatives exhibition.
This annual showcase of student work celebrates everything that students on UAL Awarding Body qualifications throughout all institutes have achieved this year.
The pandemic has presented many challenges for students. But despite it all, students have continued to thrive and evolve into exciting young artists, and we (the UAL) want to highlight and celebrate this achievement.
Year 2 Fine Art student Felicity Fisher’s painting, inspired by the Romanticism style of Gericault, is based on sleep paralysis; the fear evoked when you are conscious but unable to control your movement.
Felicity is progressing to study BA Fine Art at Bournemouth.
Year 1 fine Art student Mya Aldred has produced a piece to represent the effects of abuse towards women. The beauty is marred by the marks of brutality, but the expression shows strength and determination. The thin application of oils successfully brings out the colours of the bruises.
Mya will be continuing onto year 2 of the Level 3 program at Bedford in September.
The work will be online to view from 22nd – 29th July.Find out more