They may have been “locked down” but their imaginations are soaring. In their art lessons Year 7 and 8 have been following a scheme of work based on Alice in Wonderland, inspired by the V&A’s “Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser” exhibition.
The students have done drawings based on the Victorian illustrator Sir John Tenniel and other Victorian engravings. They made collages based on the contemporary illustrator Kristjana Williams and the surrealist artist Dorothea Tanning. They have also created paper peepshows, inspired by the Victorian peepshows in the V&A and a selection from Pinterest. They were given a printable framework to use if they wanted, adapted from the V&A’s own.
We hope you enjoy this selection of their work in the gallery above.
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