Here's a few photos from the Schools' Art Exhibition in Warwick

St Mary's Church in Warwick is currently hosting its annual Schools' Art Exhibition

Wednesday, 26th June 2019, 10:54 am
Dragon eyes made out of ceramic by pupils aged nine to 11 from St Mary Immaculate Primary School. Photo by Gill Fletcher.

The prize giving presentations for the exhibition took place on Monday. The Exhibition is sponsored by St. Mary's Hall Trust and Roger Wyatt, Clerk to the Trustees joined John Lutton (one of the judges) to present the prizes to students.John Lutton, a judge for the competition, said: "the panel of judges believed the standard of art work produced was the highest ever."The exhibition will run until June 30 and pupils from schools across Warwick have taken part in the exhibition including ones from: All Saints C of E, Kings High, Myton School, Ridgeway, St Mary Immaculate, Warwick Prep, Warwick School, Warwick Juniors and Woodloes Primary schools have all entered a variety of work for display inside St Mary’s Church.

Ainara with her Sunflower from the All Saints CofE Primary School sunflower collage. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Emily Gardner from King's High School. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Evelyn Homewood's portraits. (Myton School). Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Floral Collage by pupils at King's High School. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Kings High School prize winners. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Laura Willey from King's High School. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Phoebe Spalding with her pencil drawing. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Ridgeway School collage. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Left: Emily Bennett Hayes' portrait of Donald Trump (Myton School) and right shows Warwick Junior School - year three - Mythical Beasts. Photos by Gill Fletcher.
Left shows Woodloes Primary School Year 6's project recycling and repurposing metal and right shows Marco Lin 's Venus sculpture (Warwick School). Photo by Gill Fletcher.