In collaboration with our artist in residence, Paul Claydon, Shell students have drawn inspiration from the 600 year old bestiary held at the Canterbury Cathedral library and the Old Testament story of Noah's ark pictured in the windows of the cathedral, artworks whose message speaks through the ages. As the bestiary celebrates the variety of animal and plant life, the window speaks of the urgent task of preserving species under the threat of disaster and extinction. Drawing on the medieval imagination, they have designed, sculpted and glazed a variety of imaginary beasts to create our own bestiary at King's.
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