Fine Art Student work


Central to the Fine Art courses at Northbrook College is a commitment to provide a challenging and

stimulating environment, where students can develop self confidence in establishing their artistic identity, language and capacity to critically analyse both their own work and that of


In addition to excellent studio spaces, students have access to a range of specialist workshop areas as well as libraries and ICT areas. The courses enable students to develop technical skills in drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking and a broad range of other areas appropriate to fine artists such as installation and digital imaging.

Students regularly visit galleries and museums, particularly in London, and there are yearly study visits to Paris, Barcelona, New York or Rome.

Final year students have exhibited at the Free Range Exhibitions in London through which students sell work and make contact with galleries.




The College has a dedicated Flexible Learning Area (FLA) for Fine Art, with a wide range of resources and ICT facilities, providing access to software and research material. The FLA team is always on hand to support you with your studies. Go to Learning Resources page >