Abbots Lea School

About This School

Abbot's Lea is a specialist school that provides the highest quality of education for students aged 3-19 living with Autism and a range of associated communication, interaction, social, sensory and learning differences. Alongside the academic curriculum, there is a strong focus on life skills and employability, preparing students for the wider world after leaving our school. These works have a strong focus on personal taste and the development of individual styles, rather than working from a particular theme or reference point - art is just one way in which our students love expressing their own interests!

http://www.abbotsleaschool.co.uk/

School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts are currently selecting their top three entries from each school from the submissions below. Public voting will be open from 1st - 29th April 2019. The first-placed entry from each school will be included in an exhibition at Liverpool School of Art and Design starting on the 19th June.

Girl on a Bridge

Halle Smith

36 x 27cm, Pencil

Panda's Palace

Tyler Sherwood

36 x 27cm, Pencil

My Best Friend is a Star

Marcel Gawronski

25 x 38cm, Pastel, Pencil and Marker Pen

Super Mario Bros 3 - Mushroom

Thomas Power

17 x 17cm, Marker Pen

Cut-Out Man

Andy Bova

25 x 34cm, Collage and Marker Pen

A Dark Place in a Dark Time

Caitlin Cook

36 x 24cm, Collage and Marker Pen

KFC

Spencer Sandison

33 x 26cm, Marker Pen, Pencil and Collage

Bland Tokyo

Saeed Ahmed

35 x 27cm, Pencil

The Plague Doctor

Alison Crellin

35 x 27cm, Marker pen, highlighters

NR

Nathan Rigazio

21 x 30cm, Pencil

Macaroni Cheese

William Hardy

35 x 27cm, Collage, marker pen

Steven Gerrard

Charlie Lydiate

38 x 25cm, Collage

My Love for Unicorns

Mai Hulligan

35 x 27cm, Pastel and collage