Merchant Taylors' Boys' School

Year 9 boys have been studying Pop Art this term. The boys have begun by creating observational drawings of their facial features and then produced self-portraits. This has finally led to the development of a Pop Art Portrait.Other year 9 boys have been studying Cubism this term. They have produced a series of observational drawings and eventually created their own still life scene influenced by Cubism.

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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.

Pop Art self-portrait 2

Ben Maitland-Titterton

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Pop Art self-portrait 9

Shripad Pullagera

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Pop Art self-portrait 3

Charlie Farrer

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Pop Art self-portrait 1

Ansil Kharel

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Self-portrait 1

Ben Hollington

21 x 30cm, Pencil

Pop Art self-portrait 4

Daniel Mc Donald

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Self-portrait 2

James O'Sullivan

21 x 30cm, Pencil

Pop Art self-portrait 5

James Widders

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Pop Art self-portrait 6

Joseph Sharrock

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Self-portrait 3

Julian Hall

21 x 30cm, Pencil

Pop Art self-portrait 7

Kieran Johnson

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Self-portrait 4

Nail Caher

21 x 30cm, Pencil

Self-portrait 5

Oliver Kelly

21 x 30cm, Pencil

Pop Art self-portrait 8

Sam Reagan

21 x 30cm, Pencil and Photoshop

Self-portrait 6

Sam Roughly

21 x 30cm, Pencil

Self-portrait 7

Tom Baybutt Skull

21 x 30cm, Pencil

Self-portrait 8

Vandam Dinh

21 x 30cm, Pencil