Tedi Lena (top left), former Blanche Nevile student, is currently exhibiting his spectacular degree show at the London Met University. Tedi’s artwork is astounding as you can see from these photographs from the opening night.
Along with his family and some of his Blanche Nevile classmates, the Blanche Nevile Art Department, past and present, were delighted to be able to share the opening evening with Tedi.
Tedi achieved A grade GCSE in Art & Design at Blanche Nevile and he subsequently attended The Hampstead School of Art to study a Foundation Diploma in Fine Art, followed by a degree in Fine Art from The Sir John Cass School of Art, which is part of London Met University. Tedi’s art skills were always outstanding, as was his football – he was the Blanche Nevile goalkeeper!
Whilst at Blanche Nevile, Tedi attended the prestigious Princes Drawing School, supported by Mrs Spencer as interpreter, and has won numerous awards through the years for his artwork – he will go far with his work as an artist.
We wish Tedi all the very best for his future. If you can get to the exhibition please do, it is well worth the visit. The Cass Sumer Show is on until 5th July near Aldgate East tube.