Primary school children create colourful works of art for Kentish Town GP surgery
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Primary school children have transformed the dreary walls of a GP surgery by creating colourful works of art.
Pupils of all ages at Rhyl Primary School, in Rhyl Street, Kentish Town, painted, sculpted and took photos for an exhibition at Kentish Town Health Centre in Bartholomew Road.
The children, some as young as three, created artwork centred around the theme of identity for the show.
Some chose to do a traditional self-portrait while others explored memory.
Year Six pupils, aged 10 and 11, made a large double helix sculpture covered in fingerprints and eight-year-old Adrina Grajqevci created a photographic collage inspired by David Hockney.
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The show, which had its opening night on Monday, will run for two weeks.
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