Here are a few of the artists whose work caught my eye. (Sorry about poor photos - only had my phone with me!)
This is Kate Anderson's "falling to Pieces". I loved the contrast she made using well loved children's tales with a darker reality - poor humpty!
Kate Hardwick's work looked at the contrast between daily life and war, and showed how far apart they are.
Adam Hodkinson had created a range of drawings - beautifully executed, which seemed to explore the features of people that made them unique - not necessarily beautiful.
Weijia Ou responded to his experience of the educational system in China and the contrast to the imagination and desire to play. This resulted in some very striking and thought provoking works.
Kelly Marie Pearson's wax installation was beautiful and disturbing, harsh and fragile at the same time.
Nat Quinn's mixed media work, was beautiful. the delicate drawing, scratching and building up of layers was mesmerising.
Annette Carla Searing's work on MDF was an assault on the senses! - but I loved it. Bright lurid colours and textures created this vivid body of work. I love colour and I think that's why this work appealed to me so much.
I also loved Dylan Alistair Shields sculpture - made from wood and cardboard.
Finally Jade Sweeting's humorous and politically driven work, was eye catching, through provoking and culturally relevant.