Photography pupils at Rydal Penrhos produced some stunning pieces as part of their examination recently.
The A2 group took part in their assessment earlier this month, where they worked hard on their final pieces in the hope of impressing adjudicators.
Chinese pupil Joanne Yau chose ‘translucent’ as he theme, and she created a huge reflective metal piece which included photographs of plastic in trees.
These photos move across the piece in an alternate progression from light to dark and of course are reflected, with the design creating a semi-circle which is “both confusing and stimulating at the same time”, according to Head of Art Mark Sherrington.
Another eye-catching creation came from Lily Walsh, who used vertical structures as her theme and looked at electric pylons.
Mr Sherrington, explained: “She used wire as if from a real pylon to hang her photographs from.
“Lily stitched and transferred her images on fabric and then sewed the work onto the wire. The piece almost ended up looking like Nepalese prayer flags or a criss-cross of washing with powerful photographs.”
Louis Delve also selected translucent as his theme for the exam, and used the process to set images into resin combined with ink.
This brought with it results were almost like stained glass or dreamlike images set in the final product.