Skyline art

Mazie MacPherson with her work
Mazie MacPherson with her work
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SCHOOLCHILDREN have been picking their favourite buildings from across the city and creating their ideal skyline.

The youngsters at Newbridge Junior School, in Portsmouth, have been taking part in a ‘cityscape’ project as part of their art studies.

They have been selecting buildings from around the city – such as the Lipstick tower in Gunwharf Quays and Portsmouth Cathedral – and using them to form a cityscape.

Kim Povey, art co-ordinator at the school, said: ‘The children have really enjoyed the project.

‘They picked the buildings across the city they most liked and then put them together to form a skyline. It’s been something they’ve all really excelled in.’