Students’ artwork brightens up store

THREE large pieces of public artwork have been installed at the Sainsbury’s store in Bognor Regis.

The large eye-catching pieces on the prominent Shripney Road side of the store were designed by students at The Regis School in the town.

They were led by local artist and teacher at the school, Chris Formaggia.

Chris said: “The artwork is designed to reflect the history of Bognor and focuses on the themes of work, rest and play.

“It was fantastic to be 
able to work with local students and Sainsbury’s to create a long-lasting piece of artwork for the town.”

The three large pieces of art – one for each of the themes – decorate the A29 on one of the key entrances to the town on the store opened 17 months ago.

Store manager Ian Maxey said: “We are extremely excited about the installation of the artwork.

“The project has been a great success and we are proud to have worked with Chris and students from 
The Regis School on this exciting project.

“The artwork will enhance the approach to the town and remain a key feature of the store for years to come.”