Inspired by...

'Inspired by' is a national competition for people in part-time education. Participants create a work of art or craft inspired by items in the Victoria and Albert Museum's collection. The pictures were created by learners on our Painting in Watercolours course.
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'Tumbling pots' by Aldina Prior. Work inspired by Japanese ceramic vases and pots.

'Tumbling pots' by Aldina Prior. Work inspired by Japanese ceramic vases and pots.

A work by Sarah Miller.

A work by Sarah Miller.

'Shoes' by Sally Huggins. Vivienne Westwood super-elongated shoes turned into William Morris inspired pattern.

'Shoes' by Sally Huggins. Vivienne Westwood super-elongated shoes turned into William Morris inspired pattern.

'Sunset waves' by Rosalind Lindsey. Work inspired by a wrought iron close-up picture and a colourful glass vase. This is one of two entries from Redbridge Institute learners chosen for the exhibition of submitted work being held at the Morely Gallery from 20 May to 19 June.

'Sunset waves' by Rosalind Lindsey. Work inspired by a wrought iron close-up picture and a colourful glass vase. This is one of two entries from Redbridge Institute learners chosen for the exhibition of submitted work being held at the Morely Gallery from 20 May to 19 June.

'Abstract' by Rex Bongart. Work inspired by a stained glass window at the V&A.

'Abstract' by Rex Bongart. Work inspired by a stained glass window at the V&A.

A work by Michelle Howe.

A work by Michelle Howe.

'Blue Abstract' by Marion Grant.Work inspired by a blend of two glass vases, one Japanese and one European.

'Blue Abstract' by Marion Grant.Work inspired by a blend of two glass vases, one Japanese and one European.

A work by Marie Christie.

A work by Marie Christie.

A work by Jim Smith.

A work by Jim Smith.

'Tapestry man/head' by Harjit Hidkyar, Head of St John the Baptist inspired by the colours of the 'Tassel' at the V&A.

'Tapestry man/head' by Harjit Hidkyar, Head of St John the Baptist inspired by the colours of the 'Tassel' at the V&A.


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