Woodroffe School art exhibition opens

PUBLISHED: 07:17 27 January 2011

One of the striking pictures on show at the Woodroffe School art exhibition

One of the striking pictures on show at the Woodroffe School art exhibition

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Pupils display their artistic skills at Lyme Town Mill

TALENTED young artists Woodroffe School are displaying their latest efforts at the Town Mill Gallery in Lyme Regis.

Their annual exhibition runs until February 6, and is open daily from 11am to 4pm.

The exhibition showcases the talent and variety of work produced by students across the school including A level photography and graphics, landscape paintings inspired by the Fauves from year 9 fasttrack students, powerful self portraits by A level students, textiles and costumes designed for the school’s last production of a Wizard of Oz, intricate clay pots and examples of year 7 and 8 coursework projects.


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