Pupils at Stroud Valley Community School have been making an exhibition of themselves – all in the name of learning about art.
Each year, the pupils of Stroud Valley Community Primary School make self-portraits and each year they are inspired by a new artist in the making of these artworks.
This year’s exhibition is a collection of how the pupils see themselves through the lens of some of history’s most famous artists, from the dotty world of Kusama Yayoi to the assemblage sculptures of Joseph Cornell, the young artists use inks, wire and paper bags to tell the stories of who they are and what matters to them most.
The exhibition runs at the Museum in the Park, Stroud, until Sunday, June 4th.
Pictures by Simon Pizzey.