Bank View High School

About This School

Bank View High school is a special provision school for ASD and CLD students from Year 7 to 14. We have a large number of students with social, emotional and physical needs. At Bank View, art is the only subject where all students study it at GCSE and sit the GCSE exam. Our approach to Art is for students to all engage in a creative and fun environment yet challenging and aspirational at the same time. We work in a variety of mediums to ensure all students can succeed and the work we are submitting this year has a real focus to colour, whether it be in an abstract style where students were inspired by the work of Frank Stella or looking at portraiture combined with bright watercolour techniques.

http://www.bankviewhighschool.com/

School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting was open from 4th-28th April 2018. The winners can be now be seen below and the first-placed entry from each school will be included in an exhibition at LJMU School of Art and Design starting on the 22nd June.

Read it and weep

Leighton Cooper

21cm x 23cm, Watercolour, collage and pen

Blood sweat and tears

Bobby Baker

30cm x 42cm, Watercolour, pencil and collage background

Portrait with watercolour

Anthony Owen

25cm x 39cm, Watercolour and collage

Mixed media Portrait

Andrew Owen

30cm x 42cm, Watercolour, pen and collage background

Bright eyes

Alfie Leak

22cm x 16cm, Watercolour, pen and collage background

Smoky eye

Katie Davies

27cm x 21cm, Watercolour, pen and collage background

Self portrait

Ben Chamberlain

21cm x 19cm, Watercolour, pen and collage background

Bed Head in colour

Michael Hinchcliff

42cm x 29cm, Watercolour, pen and pencil