Selected students from BA (Hons) Fine Art will have their work on display at 10 South Parade, as part of a refurbishment project by leading Yorkshire property developers Wilton Developments.
BA (Hons) Fine Art students were asked to submit concept designs which celebrated Leeds City Centre, 10 South Parade, and commerce in the city. Four students were chosen to present their concepts to a panel made up of representatives from Wilton Developments and Leeds College of Art, and following consultation, all four students were then chosen to produce the six pieces of artwork for the refurbished building.
Work by students Christine Cheseldine, James Taylor, Kingston Poplar and Lilly Sutton-Parsons is now on display in the public areas of 10 South Parade.
Jason Stowe, managing director of Wilton Developments, said:
“We were really pleased to team up with Leeds College of Art and to encourage and nurture local artistic talent. The artwork of the students is of the highest quality, perfectly complimenting the particular ambience of the building.”
Image: BA (Hons) Fine Art students at a launch event for the 10 South Parade refurbishment. From L-R Kingston Poplar, Lilly Sutton, Christine Cheseldine and James Taylor