Multi-sensory work on display
WESC Private View
Exeter School Art department had the pleasure of hosting the WESC Foundation’s annual Art exhibition on Monday 10 June. The exhibition was well attended by staff and pupils of both Exeter School and WESC, as we celebrated another year of creativity. The pupils were, as ever, excellent hosts and proudly showed off their creative achievements to their guests.
The exhibition showcased an array of multi-sensory work, which featured an assortment of tactile handmade paintbrushes, carefully hand build ceramic pieces, colourful mosaics, gestural mark making inspired by Jackson Pollock, beautifully sewn purses and cushions as well as a stop motion animation.
It is such a humbling experience for our school community to be able to engage with the creative work produced by the visually impaired students and we look forward to continuing to work closely with them in the future.
Many thanks to WESC Art teachers, Penny and Karolyn as well as Exeter School Art technician, Emma Taylor for coordinating such a vibrant display of creative work.