Lock exhibition showcases photography students’ talents

STUDENTS from an evening class in Coventry are showing the high standard of their work at an exhibition in t.he city.
The Lock in the warehouse at the Canal Basin has an exhibition, called Through Our Eyes, of works by 16 adult students on a Level 2 City and Guilds course at City College, taught by Richard Pearce.


Among those that stand out are photographs by Bob Torley, close ups of a baked beans tin from purchase to the end of a meal of beans on toast, and Darren Cotton whose colour images of decrepit but picturesque buildings in Romania and black and whites from the UK show his versatility.
Jane Harrington has a lot of colour works on show including some interesting angles of Coventry landmarks, Chris van Namen has captured the ever-popular Chesterton Windmill well, and Ian Barnard’s owl close-ups are remarkable, including one of the owl with a chick in its beak.
The exhibition is on until June 18, and the same students will also be showing works at Coventry’s Central Library as part of the Positive Images festival.

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