Bank View High School

About This School

Bank View school is a special provision school for ASD and CLD students from Year 7 to 14 as well as a Primary provision. We have a large number of students with social, emotional and physical needs. The artwork submitted this year is from our Year 9 students who studied a landscape project based on Impressionist art movement and students took inspiration from our city of Liverpool to make their own personal responses in the style of Impressionism.

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School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting is now open until 26th April 2019. The winners will be announced here on Monday 29th April. 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.

Haystacks in the sun

Jessie Parker

23 x 14cm, Acrylic paint

Sunset over Liverpool

Ethan Woods

29 x 26cm, Acrylic paint

Radio City tower

Daniel Lam

33 x 18cm, Acrylic paint

Landscape in spring

Ben Irvine

25 x 16cm, Acrylic paint

Sunrise

Thehara Amaruthunga

56 x 22cm, Acrylic paint

Summer skyline

Ramla Ali

56 x 25cm, Acrylic paint

Liverpool Graces

Olivia Quarton

26 x 29cm, Acrylic paint

Morning in Liverpool

Nick Jones

33 x 18cm, Acrylic paint

Liverpool skyline

Nellie Lindsay

56 x 25cm, Acrylic paint

Summer contrasts

Megan Parkison

56 x 26cm, Acrylic paint

Summer in Liverpool

Joe McCarthy

26 x 27cm, Acrylic paint

Liver Building in the sun

Joe Foy

26 x 27cm, Acrylic paint