The Royal Academy Schools recently held its annual exhibition of final year postgraduate students’ work profiling the work of 17 artists.
Housed within the historic studio spaces of the Schools, several of the works on display included those produced using large-format Epson printers and projectors, accessible to the students in the on-site Epson Digital Media Suite.
The Royal Academy Schools offer the UK’s only three-year, full-time, postgraduate course and is regarded as a Centre of Excellence in the art world. The graduation exhibition provides visitors with a rare opportunity to view the finished artwork across a range of media from painting to photography, sculpture, digital print and film.
All the students showing have worked with Epson’s large-format printers and/or projectors at some time during their course and artworks created through the Epson Digital Media Suite sponsored workshops were in evidence throughout.
Nick White, business manager, ProGraphics at Epson UK said: "As a leading supplier of technology to the fine art market, Epson is very keen to support young artists. Through our partnership with the Royal Academy Schools, we are able to offer the students the opportunity to test Epson’s equipment to its limit and experiment with their creative ideas."