A street artist has been inspiring visitors to Barnsley College with her pavement art.
Former student Raychel McGuin was asked to create inspirational messages in chalk on the pavements outside the Old Mill Lane Campus and Barnsley Sixth Form College as students came to enrol to courses starting this new academic year.
Raychel, of Darton, has been passionate about art from an early age and specialises in many mediums including acrylics, oil and watercolours.
She has been amazed by the attention she has had whilst creating the artwork outside the colleges.
She said: “It’s been really nice to have people stop and appreciate what I’ve been doing. I just hope it doesn’t rain as the drawings should last all week to inspire new students.”
Mel Jenkinson, head of recruitment at Barnsley College, said embracing individuality and creativity was important to the college and students benefited from being in a creative environment.
She added: "Artwork produced by students and former students can be seen on display at all our sites from hanging umbrellas to various forms of wall art.
"Raychel’s chalk drawings have certainly attracted the attention of students coming to College throughout our busy enrolment period and hopefully inspired them as they think about their future.”