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Hornchurch school art exhibition showcases pupils creative talents

PUBLISHED: 10:33 05 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:33 05 April 2017

Langtons pupils admiring their creativity at the school's art exhibition. Picture: Megan Forster.

Langtons pupils admiring their creativity at the school's art exhibition. Picture: Megan Forster.

Megan Forster

Budding young artists put paint to paper to showcase their creativity.

Langtons pupils admiring their creativity at the school's art exhibition. Picture: Megan Forster.Langtons pupils admiring their creativity at the school's art exhibition. Picture: Megan Forster.

Organised by art teacher Megan Forster, pupils of Langtons Infant School, Westland Avenue, Hornchurch, displayed their work with the help of Images School Art Exhibitions (ISAE).

Along the themes of African animals, sea creatures and mini-beasts, the work of each young Picasso was professionally framed.

Head teacher Elizabeth Page said: “It was a fantastic opportunity for the children to create artwork inspired by their recent hands on experience when Animal Magic came to school.

“We are very proud of our artists and their fantastic masterpieces.”

ISAE’s Natalie Mulholland added: “It’s such a great experience for all involved to hold an art exhibition.

“It celebrates the achievements of its pupils and the dedicated work of teachers.”


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