As we come to the end of another fabulous day at the Griffin Arts Festival we take the time to reflect and appreciate the colour and beauty in the art work that has been created by our Griffins today.

Pupils have explored street art, shape, colour and even prepared work for an exhibition at The Royal Over-Seas League. There will be more details about this in the coming months and we can’t wait to share them with you. We know that our friends at ROSL Arts will love the work that has been produced.

Among the many artists that our students have studied today we particularly love the vivid use of colour inspired by the works of Fran Giffard and David Wightman.

To see more of the work that has gone on today and across the whole festival check out the hashtag #GriffinArtsFestival on twitter and facebook.

That leaves us with just one day left in our festival and we hope it is a brilliant one what ever it is you are doing to celebrate.

Remember to join us at 7pm tomorrow on our YouTube channel for the virtual Big Sing along to the song ‘Sing’ by Gary Barlow.

Take care,
The GAF team

A colourful toucan for Incognito
Hills and Mountains inspired by David Wightman
A contribution to the ROSL exhibition, Incognito
A pupil from Willow Brook colouring the work of Fran Giffard.

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