PHOTOGRAPHY students at Solihull School have caught the eye of onlookers at Birmingham’s Mailbox as A-Level pupils have had their work displayed.
As part of the new-look retail mall, a series of photographs taken by the students have been on display since the Mailbox reopened its doors in October.
The exhibition features 20 striking photographs chosen from a selection of A-Level pieces created by Solihull School photography students.
Designed using the theme of ‘revealing the beauty’, each piece of artwork was created to recognise the beauty in everyday life.
David Pardoe, head of marketing, retail and tenant engagement at the Mailbox, said: “We are delighted to partner with Solihull School – this project has been the perfect way to showcase student artwork alongside our launch activity.
“We have been really impressed with the standard of work submitted – and hope that our visitors will enjoy admiring the photographs whilst exploring the new-look Mailbox.”
Donna Trim, head of art and design at Solihull School, said: “The Mailbox is such an iconic destination within the city.
“To be involved with the launch activity and give our students a platform to showcase their work is a fantastic opportunity that we’re thrilled to be a part of.”