Collegiate artwork immortalised in new exhibition

Warrington Guardian: Mollie Kenyon Mollie Kenyon

TALENTED art and design students at Warrington Collegiate will leave a lasting legacy of their work after their pieces were immortalised in a series of photographs.

The budding artists created a collection of art work which was inspired by the town and aims to present Warrington in a different light.

The artwork was then photographed to create a permanent exhibition, titled Reverb, in Bank Quay House.

Lecturer Nicky Billington said: “The students visited areas of Warrington and were inspired and influenced by buildings, sites, views and different elements of Warrington that they encountered, recreating them in a variety of different media.

“This is a collection of site-responsive pieces that has been captured on film, creating an original and unique photographic representation of Warrington.”


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