A selection of learners artwork is being displayed at Swiss Cottage Library from Wednesday 31st April and will be showcased until 30th May.
This art is a response to the work by Louise Nevelson who was an American sculptor known for her monumental, monochromatic, wooden wall pieces and outdoor sculptures. With a focus on abstract and the observation of different shapes, Rosa Parks, Gandi, Hawking, Pine, and Redwood class have all created a personal reflection of Nevelson’s work, made independently by using cardboard and gum paper and adding effect with black and gold acrylic paint.
This artwork is being installed today by the fabulous…Nicole Marks, with extra help from Ellie Wilkinson. Please show your support towards the students work by taking friends, families, class groups and parents to see this excellent exhibition suspended in the main library hall.