Creative Olympics Art Exhibtion is a success
Yesterday saw the culmination of the Creative Olympics exhibition at St. Albans Old Town Hall
Yesterday saw the culmination of the Creative Olympics exhibition, put on by Oaklands College students at St. Albans Old Town Hall.
The exhibition ran for just under a week and saw visitors from the local press to local MPs view and bid on original pieces of art.
Visitors were so captivated by the exhibition, one in particular commented: “I’m so impressed by the vitality and variety of the pieces inspired by Olympia ( an excellent Choice of Stimulus by the way ) in particular the political challenge of Hayley Hume’s Ceramics and the articulate and technical coherence of grace Pedder’s quartet make them outstanding.”
Drawing a lot of attention, the exhibition was thoroughly enjoyed by all that attended, which gave students a real sense of achievement. Another visitor commented: “Thank you Oaklands College for a truly wonderful, inspirational exhibition, you’ve certainly unlocked your potential.”
10% of all winning going to Iain Rennie Grove House Hospice Care