The work of Northern Ireland's most gifted young artists and designers just gets better and better, that was the consensus of opinion amongst the crowds of people who attended the launch of CCEA's True Colours exhibition at The Ulster Museum.
CCEA's True Colours is a vibrant and stunning showcase of artwork produced for the summer 2015 GCE & GCSE examinations and is a must-see for art lovers of all ages.
The exhibition was officially opened at The Ulster Museum by renowned local artist Paddy McCann. He commented: "It's a real pleasure to see the level of talent being nurtured in our schools and colleges. The range of work on show is truly inspiring and I am sure will inspire those budding artists and designers visiting the exhibition."
True Colours 2016
True Colours' exhibition
Open to the public from Friday 15 January to Sunday 21 February 2016 at the Ulster Museum, Belfast.
Museum opening times: Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm.
Free entry to all.
CCEA's Anne McGinn, Justin Edwards, Trever Carson with artist and guest speaker Paddy McCann
Aoife Reynolds (St Josephs' Grammar School)
Jedd MacRae (Campbell College) with Justin Edwards
Justin Edwards and Rachel Moore (Dromore High School)
Seana McEvoy (Our Lady's Grammar School)
Emma McGlade (Rathmore Grammar School) and friend
Callum Kane (St Colmans High)
GCE work on display
Justin Edwards & Tom McVeigh (Aquinas Grammar School)
Anne McGinn & Paddy McCann
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