Art students unveiled their exam efforts to parents and families at a Harewood school.
The exhibition of students GCSE and A Level work, was attended by parents, teachers, friends and family at Gateways Harewood School.
On the afternoon of Monday 24, students showcased the work at the school which featured GCSE, A-level craft and design pieces.
The AS level work featured 3D modelling, sculpture, art, craft and design pieces and textiles while A2 work has been large paintings on portraiture and the natural form.
Art teacher Susan Crawshaw, who helped the students to hang the show, said:
“Curation is an important part of the show and I have been encouraging the students to think about how to display their work. There is a wide variety of artwork on show in the exhibition and it is of a very high standard.
Dr Tracy Johnson, Gateways School Headmistress, said: “The students have put in a lot of time and effort to produce their pieces and the exhibition is a great opportunity to showcase the results of all their hard work. The show was enjoyed by everyone who attended and it was wonderful for the students to receive such a positive reaction to their work – which they thoroughly deserve.”