Young Artists on show with Old Masters at The Ulster Museum

Cambridge House Grammar School pupil, Robert Millar shows off his piece of artwork which was part of the CCEA's True Colours exhibition at The Ulster Museum.
Cambridge House Grammar School pupil, Robert Millar shows off his piece of artwork which was part of the CCEA's True Colours exhibition at The Ulster Museum.

Cambridge House Grammar School pupil, Robert Millar shows off his piece of artwork which was part of the CCEA’s True Colours exhibition at The Ulster Museum.

CCEA’s True Colours is a vibrant and stunning showcase of artwork produced for the summer 2015 GCE & GCSE examinations and is a must-see for art lovers of all ages.

The exhibition was officially opened at The Ulster Museum by renowned local artist Paddy McCann.

He said: “It’s a real pleasure to see the level of talent being nurtured in our schools and colleges. The range of work on show is truly inspiring and I am sure will inspire those budding artists and designers visiting the exhibition.”

Congratulating the students on their work, Justin Edwards, CCEA’s Chief Executive, said: “I am really delighted by the variety and overall quality of the pieces we have on show. The work displayed in this exhibition doesn’t look one bit out of place in the illustrious surroundings of The Ulster Museum, which now hosts the famous Rembrandt self-portrait.

“My congratulations to all of the students with work on show in the exhibition, I am sure you are very proud, as are your family, friends and of course teachers. CCEA will continue to bring this unique exhibition to an ever growing audience.”