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Growing Art Success for Ex-Bushey Meads Student!

Growing Art Success for Ex-Bushey Meads Student!


Danielle Bowe
Danielle Bowe
Growing Art Success for Ex-Bushey Meads...

Here at Bushey Meads our interest in students never just ends when they finish their exams- it’s always such a privilege to hear about their successes post education. Madeline Parker is one such student who is currently pursuing her long held dreams of being an artist. Madeline studied A Level Art, Biology and Maths at Bushey Meads and since leaving last July she has been developing her own art business- Madeline Parker Art

Her talented work was (and still is) displayed with pride here at school, and so it was a pleasure to attend her first art exhibition and sale at David Lloyd in May. Only last weekend Madeline was exhibiting at both The Festival in the Nave, Hemel Hempstead as well as having one of her paintings on display at a prestigious exhibition in The Painting Rooms in Flitcroft Street, London -‘Homeless-An Exhibition for Change’. Her displayed artwork was sold to raise funds for the homeless.She has also recently undertaken her first commission, a portrait of Queen Elizabeth I- she will be working on more commissions in the near future.
Get inspired with your own art and take a look at more of Madeline’s work on her website www.madelineparker.art – you won’t fail to be impressed.

We wish her every success for the future-what an amazing talent! 

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