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textile artist photography and mixed media - Carolyn Saxby Textile Art St Ives Cornwall

hw(6) Nyasha read reality books. She said she read about reality because you have to know the facts if you ever want to find the solution. She read about news going on for example, the Arabs on the East coast, the Nazis, and more. Sometimes she had nightmares about these things, but Nyasha still kept reading about them.

evidence of first-hand research, quick confident gestural drawings showing a response to this environment, and scrawled annotation, these sketchbook pages – showing the development of ideas for a sculpture entitled ‘Stone Egg’ – .

Wall Art - Glass Art

WOW – Amazing stained glass artist – I am so inspired looking at these!… WOW – Amazing stained glass artist – I am so inspired looking at these! WOW – Amazing stained glass artist – I am so inspired looking at these!

Observational drawing is a big part of IGCSE Art. For her first sketchbook page Manisha arranged shells within cardboard boxes (giving her ample opportunity to practise the depiction of space), contrasting natural forms with the angular edges of boxes. She used a wash of earthy ochres and blues to create an acrylic ground, and used graphite and white paint over this to apply light and dark tone to the organic shell forms.

International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Coursework Project 98%

An outstanding International GCSE Art sketchbook + final painting (Coursework project). Analysis by an experienced Art Teacher and Coursework Assessor.

The first two pages in Hania’s International GCSE Art sketchbook explored natural shell forms. Hania drew from first hand observation, using graphite and coloured pencil, then exploring shell forms in terms of line: hatching; cross-contour drawings and blind drawings etc.

An Exceptional International GCSE Art Sketchbook: Shells & Natural Forms