GREYFRIARS: Pupils get stuck on art

Pupils at Greyfriars Primary School put on their first art exhibition - including elephant and giraffe. Pupils (from left): Anton Baskaran (9), Mina-Lea McManus (7), Joey Ellis (8) and 8 year old Eden Barker.

Pupils at Greyfriars Primary School put on their first art exhibition - including elephant and giraffe. Pupils (from left): Anton Baskaran (9), Mina-Lea McManus (7), Joey Ellis (8) and 8 year old Eden Barker.

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Greyfriars Primary School Year 3 and 4 pupils in Lynn have been exploring art from around the world in their first art exhibition held.

The event was opened by local artist David Chapman. African, Indian and Chinese masterpieces were created by the pupils and displayed at Greyfrairs art space. Student Zack Appelton said he loved making the art. “I enjoyed sticking bits on Thumbelina our Giraffe –I got glue in my hair!”

Pupils at Greyfriars Primary School put on their first art exhibition - 8 year old Henry Ryder (front) and David Colville (9) show some of the chinese lanterns.
Pupils at Greyfriars Primary School put on their first art exhibition - 8 year old Henry Ryder (front) and David Colville (9) show some of the chinese lanterns.
 

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