Personal project work developed over the course of two years exploring themes of; A sense of Place, Landscape, Abstraction, Ancestry, Roots, The Figure, Relationships and contemporary depictions of the Virgin Mary.
Personal project work developed during lockdown, exploring themes; of confined spaces, abandoned places, social distance, self-analysis and walking lost Pilgrims paths.
GCSE Coursework final pieces
A range of work selected from the GCSE Foundation year developing investigative drawing skills, landscape painting and some unique sculptural explorations where the students used their observations of seedpods as inspiration.
A wide selection of work from many of our 3rd year students who have engaged with the foundation GCSE style course. The summer term project was designed as a starting course for those who will take on Art at GCSE.
Students developed their knowledge and understanding of recording atmospheric perspective with these wonderful landscapes created using line, tonal variation, colour fade and always considering composition. Hannah Woodman and Whistler were influential artists in this project.
Students then moved on into exploring landscape and abstraction, looking at the work of David Hockney and using the brilliant sketchbook app on their phones to create digital art.
A selection of wonderful drawings and colour studies by our first-year students from this terms summer drawing project; exploring wildflowers, Cornish hedgerows and the work of artist; Elsworth Kelly.