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Abstract Male

Jersey College for Girls have painted a troop of six gorillas each designed by a school house. Inglis have created an eye-catching abstract pattern.

Hope

Jersey College for Girls have painted a troop of six gorillas each designed by a school house. Cavell’s design describes the contrast between a healthy forest and a burnt forest.

Lizzie

Jersey College for Girls have painted a troop of six gorillas each designed by a school house. Garrett Anderson involved all house members to build a sense of belonging. Endangered gorillas deserve to belong as well. We all belong to the earth, putting our hands together to support gorillas.

Ocean

Jersey College for Girls have painted a troop of six gorillas each designed by a school house. Austin Bartlett have created an ocean themed gorilla depicting dolphins, turtles, seahorses and coral. We hope that people will be reminded to conserve our ocean habitats when they see this gorilla.

Toto

Jersey College for Girls have painted a troop of six gorillas each designed by a school house. Nightingale have created an animal print surface pattern because of their love for the environment and the rich diversity of the colours found in nature.

Wonderland

Jersey College for Girls have painted a troop of six gorillas each designed by a school house. This Gorilla has been created by Curie Fry.

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