Art students showcased their talents this weekend at a wide-ranging show at Winchester Art School.

Winchester School of Art – part of the University of Southampton – invited the public to attend the exhibition 

The colourful show displayed fine art, fashion, games design and art, graphic arts and textile design.

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The installations varied from dresses with ruffs to abstract painting and sculpture and intricate textiles.

One student spoke about how one of her paintings was inspired by a friend's teddy bear and how we bring the objects of our childhood with us as we grow up.

In the fashion department, classical designs stood next to fluorescent tracksuits and gothic leather dresses.

Some of the students are hoping to put on shows in London, while others have already got their next exhibition lined up.

Fine arts student Esme told the Chronicle that she has a show in the capital coming up and is currently collaborating with a Southampton-based collective.

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Students put together professional portfolios to give visitors an idea of the message and scope of their work.

On Saturday, the School of Art also previewed its new courses in BA Creative Computing and BA Graphic Communication and BA Sustainable Luxury (Textiles).

For more information about the school, visit their website here.