Halton students commended for their imaginative art work

Halton students showcase their work in a Widnes church

Halton students showcase their work in a Widnes church

Halton students showcase their work in a Widnes church

Halton students showcase their work in a Widnes church

First published in News Runcorn and Widnes World: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

IMAGINATIVE art work created by students from Cronton Sixth Form was showcased at St Paul’s Church in Widnes.

Their third annual exhibition, Inspired 2014, featured a selection of art, photography, graphics, designs and textiles.

Students also staged a fashion show.

More than 620 visitors came during the three day event, including university students, employers, and pupils from St Bede’s Primary School.

Maxine Mealey, head of Cronton School of Art said: “We continue to be amazed by the standard of the students work which is testament to their work ethic, passion and commitment.

“Both A level and vocational pieces from a range of art subjects were exhibited within this beautiful, grand setting.

“We received wonderful feedback from universities, galleries, employers, partners, parents and the local community.

“All of the school pupils were amazed and truly inspired by the artwork on display.We are genuinely thrilled and very proud.

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