Two professional artists who teach or have taught at Harrow School are currently exhibiting their work there.
Sally Bradborn has been exhibiting her ceramic work for more than 10 years and in 2005 gained her masters degree in Ceramics from the Cardiff School of Art and Design. She was the resident artist and teacher of Ceramics and Sculpture at Harrow School from September 2006-2007.
Rosie Good graduated from the Byam Shaw School of Art in 1998 and then went on to obtain a postgraduate diploma in painting and printmaking from the Royal Academy of Arts in 2001, where she won the Richard Ford Award and was exhibited in the Premiums and Summer Exhibition. She has been teaching art at Harrow School since September 2004.
The exhibition at the school's Pasmore Gallery is of recent work by both Sally and Rosie, mainly completed within the last two years. Sally's ceramic sculptures concentrate on female forms and Rosie's paintings are mainly landscapes of the Harrow area, plus some from abroad and a few interiors.
The show, which started on Tuesday, runs until November 7.
For more information call 020 8872 8310.