HSD and GCSE Art classes went on a trip to the Royal Academy of Arts on Monday 2nd October to see the newly opened Jasper Johns exhibition.
Widely known for his iconic images of flags, targets, numbers, maps and light bulbs, Jasper Johns has been a central figure in American art since his first solo exhibition in New York in 1958.
The students participated in a workshop organised by the Learning Department, had a guided tour of the exhibit and created their own artwork inspired by the exhibition. We had a lovely, informative and inspiring day filled with Art.
The exhibition will be open until the 10th December at the RA, so do see it if you get the chance!