A Class Act: B&FC Graduate Photography Virtual Exhibition

As UK restrictions continue to prevent most physical art exhibitions going ahead, many colleges and universities across the country are once again moving their annual events to online platforms.

Blackpool and The Fylde college is no exception, with third year photography students keeping our eyes engaged by presenting a new collection of beautiful, daring and well considered images.

Wish You Were Here is a virtual exhibition showcasing a selection of works from this year’s photography graduates. The exhibition features a broad range of styles, from the luxuriously layered narrative images that ooze decadence (Paula Chalder-Robinson) to the contrasting sleek and simple forms created by Georgia Jones.

John Quine
Georgia Jones

This exhibition is where sharp meets soft and rough converges with smooth. The evidence of three of study is highlighted within the student’s work which offers a well-executed balance of sharpness, grain, and shadow.

Collections statement

‘Our varied personal interests and backgrounds are reflected in each individual’s style and approach to form a diverse collection of work. It is the culmination of an amazing journey influenced by Blackpool’s unique cultural and social issues.’

Paula Chalder-Robinson
Anthony Bradshaw
For further information you can also visit the B&FC photography students website.


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