Students at Scarborough College invited members of the public to view their work at the annual International Baccalaureate (IB) Sixth Form Visual Arts Show.
On display was a wide variety of artwork, from traditional drawing, painting and print-making to ceramics, dress-making, model-making, installation, sculpture and computer-aided design.
Head of Art, Paul Sutcliffe, said: “This is an exciting show with something for everyone and is a tremendous tribute not only to the work ethos of the students, but more especially to the spirit of the IB which is represented here in spectacular fashion.”
Students from as far and wide as Hong Kong, Germany, Spain, Hungary, Driffield and the Scarborough area have come together to produce work which will do a great deal to further their university applications. Two of the students will study architecture next year and two more will study fashion. The remaining students will use the points gained in visual arts to help them to access other university courses.