From an extravagant umbrella to seaside fun arty students treated their family and friends to a private exhibition of their work.
The exhibition was held to showcase the talents of International Baccalaureate (IB) students at Tollbar Sixth Form College and celebrate the end of two years' worth of coursework.
Tony Davis, curriculum leader for art and design said: "Students have challenged themselves and responded to a selection of themes and subject matters.
"They have taken the opportunity to explore a variety of media and processes to create work that comments on people, places and their own surroundings.
"This group of students has shown great commitment and skill during the course, and all should be very proud of what they have achieved.
"They have not held back and should be rewarded for their professionalism and skills."
Eighteen-year-old Emma Harneiss said: "It is great to see all of our artwork on show and it proves what a lot of hard work has gone into this last two years."
"We are all proud to have got to this stage and completed our IB course."
The students will receive their final IB examination results in July.
Press Article From The Grimsby Telegraph - Wednesday 25 April 2012