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Five musicians and an artist trained at West Suffolk College are having their work exhibited.

Agnieszka Procajlo, a Bury St Edmunds-based painter, is having her art featured at The Apex's gallery.

Her show, entitled 'Feel It, See It, Paint It', is on display until August 14, and includes interpretations of St Edmundsbury Cathedral, West Suffolk College and Moyses Hall Museum, among other sites of interest from across the region.

Agnieszka Procajlo.
Agnieszka Procajlo.

Mrs Procaijlo said: "I am grateful for the opportunity to share my art with others.

"I want to see how the work is perceived and find out what other people think about it. I have a sense of curiosity about the response I receive."

She spoke of the beginnings of her interest in painting: "I have a passion for learning and I started to enjoy painting whilst studying at West Suffolk College.

Jesse Withers.
Jesse Withers.

"I found there was no pressure or expectation and that was the moment my adventure with painting began.

"It became more than a hobby during lockdown."

In addition, five music students from West Suffolk College - Noah Barton, George Burman, Yasmin Olias, Ollie De Alwis and Jesse Withers - are to have their work featured in the University Arts of London showcase.

Ollie De Alwis.
Ollie De Alwis.

Their submissions can be found at the Truman Brewery in Brick Lane until Sunday.

After this, they will be made available online.

Joe Stock, the head of music at the College, said: "To have the work of five students featured in this prestigious exhibition helps emphasise the amazing talent that we have at the College.

"Congratulations to the students - and a big thanks to our staff for helping them to reach these heights."