TALENTED GCSE and A-level students showcased a wealth of creative talent at an exhibition.
The Art and Design Technology exhibition showed off the work from pupils at Portsmouth High School.
Parents and guests were invited to a formal viewing of a wide range of projects created using a wealth of different materials and processes.
The exhibition took place in the display area of the school’s Art Atrium.
A wide range of artistic talent was unveiled including three-dimensional work, textiles and photography.
AS-level student Annabel White used personal memories of her childhood as a basis for her final project.
She said: ‘My project was a very personal one.
‘I have always been interested in storytelling and wanted to bring a magical feel to sharing my memories and ideas.
‘I am looking forward to exploring my thoughts further and moving on in my personal pathway for the next part of my course.’
Amelia Books, head of art at Portsmouth High School said: ‘This year’s exhibition showed a tremendous diversity.
‘Each pupil has developed their ideas independently and consequently all the work is very personal, ambitious and creative.’