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Stunning photo of London buildings seen through water helps Thetford student win national prize

PUBLISHED: 17:09 11 August 2017 | UPDATED: 17:09 11 August 2017

Damian Kalinski�s award-winning photographs were exhibited at the University of Arts London�s Origins 2017. Picture: DAMIAN KALINSKI

Damian Kalinski�s award-winning photographs were exhibited at the University of Arts London�s Origins 2017. Picture: DAMIAN KALINSKI

Damian Kalinski

A talented art student has won a national prize for his stunning photos of London buildings seen through water.

Damian Kalinski’s award-winning photographs were exhibited at the University of Arts London’s Origins 2017. Picture: DAMIAN KALINSKI Damian Kalinski’s award-winning photographs were exhibited at the University of Arts London’s Origins 2017. Picture: DAMIAN KALINSKI

Damian Kalinski, from Thetford, was one of five West Suffolk College students whose work was selected from thousands of art students around the country to be in the University of Arts London’s Origins 2017 showcase in Brick Lane.

Nineteen-year-old Damian’s pictures, ‘Reflections’, were judged to be the best of the level two exhibits.

He took the pictures of architectural images during a college trip to London then created final works which showed the buildings through autumn water.

Derek Johnson, director of the School of Art and Design said: “To have five pieces chosen is a remarkably high number from one college and a wonderful testament to the standards we achieve as a team.

“Damian’s pictures are amazing and for him to be judged the best nationally is fantastic.”

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