The BonBernard Gallery hosted a vibrant exhibition this week of Year 10 artwork which was produced during the first year of GCSE. Works included a range of ‘Hockney inspired’ landscape paintings, charcoal self-portraits, sculpted clay models and a variety of photography and printmaking. A wonderfully busy and colourful Private View evening gave pupils the opportunity to bring along family and friends to see their work, alongside teachers and visitors from other schools. Visitors were also given the chance to meet A level pupils and talk to them about their studies whilst they worked on pieces in the studio. The exhibition gave an excellent example of the breadth and calibre of Art and Design at the Senior School and was a superb opportunity to see a colourful range of work from such young talent.