Harmonize Academy

At Harmonize students are encouraged and supported to explore art in a way that enthuses, allowing them to tackle contemporary issues which have meaning to them. Through visual, tactile and sensory experiences students can experience different ways of seeing and interpreting the world around them, communicating emotions and ideas within each topic. Year 9 students created the 13 works entered, inspired by pop art imagery and the exploration of identity and self.

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School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting was open from 3rd April to 5th May 2017. The winners can be now be seen below and the first-placed entry from each school will be included in an exhibition at St Georges Hall in Liverpool starting on the 16th June.

Urban Martyrs

Owen Sweeney

60 x 40 cm, Acrylic on canvas

Wall

Bradley Connell

30 x 25cm, Acrylic on canvas

Hear my voice

Reece Shields

60 x 40 cm, Acrylic on canvas

Biggie

James Maxwell

30 x 25cm, Watercolour on canvas

Nothingness

Lewis Carlyon

30 x 25cm, Watercolour collage

Thug Life

Rio Jones

60 x 40 cm, Acrylic on canvas

Pieces of me

Joseph Swale

30 x 25cm, Watercolour collage on canvas

Shattered in a dream

Kyle Adams

30 x 25cm, Watercolour collage on canvas

Pow

Thomas Maguire

60 x 40 cm, Acrylic on canvas

Come Dancing

Francis Langton

30 x 25cm, Acrylic on canvas

Lips

Leon Duckers

30 x 25cm, Acrylic on canvas

Two Nations

Lewis Kays

60 x 40 cm, Acrylic on canvas

Summer 1959

David Dunbavin

30 x 25cm, Pencil on canvas