Fine artists at Middlesex University are exhibiting their final year pieces at a free art exhibition at the University from 24-28 May.
The diverse exhibition held in the Grove building at Middlesex University, Hendon, includes paintings, photography, installation, sculpture and mix media performances. Themes and inspirations include botanical beauty, food, and urban and rural locations.
In student Sadika Ekemen collections she explores the boundaries between the female beauty and nature. She juxtaposes the two to create goddess like females intertwined with the vulgarity and beauty of nature and natures creatures, creating a new species.
Middlesex student Charles Ingram Roeder said: "The Fine Art course has a modular elective which ensures that we are supported in the key areas that we need to be, and by using the tutor's extensive knowledge, they push the limits of what we can achieve. We hope that what visitors see at the exhibition will surprise and engage their senses, providing a rare opportunity to encounter something new and unique."
The 63 BA Fine Art students will also see their work on display at Middlesex University art and design exhibition titled 'Laboratory' at the Old Truman Brewery on London's famous Brick Lane, east London between the 8-10 June 2013. Their work will feature alongside final-year artists and designers in disciplines including fashion, animation, photography, product design, interior architecture, jewellery and illustration.
Pic: One of Renata Chajerova's creations.