Students’ art exhibition in Horsham

Jeremy's portrait for exhibition SUS-150630-142432001
Jeremy's portrait for exhibition SUS-150630-142432001

Farlington’s Painting Group Evening Class students are holding their annual exhibition at The Capitol Theatre, Horsham throughout July.

The students are offering another exciting collection of paintings. The work includes large-scale portraits, mono-printed landscapes and abstract studies. The exhibition is both unique and impressive, with students focusing on their passions and honing their techniques. Their creative development and evolving confidence are evident in the exhibition. The classes have been running for five years, with many students participating from the outset.

Rosalyn Sprey, Farlington Art teacher, who takes the class, said, “It has been a pleasure to teach them all, watching them grow and develop over the years. Their work is a tribute to their talents and self-belief, and the scale of progress is truly remarkable.

“I am sure there will be something for everyone to admire and enjoy; it is a mix of all things beautiful.”

Report and picture contributed by Farlington School.