Paper Cuttings, Monoprints and Collagraphy: Exciting A Level Portraiture

Paper Cuttings, Monoprints and Collagraphy: Exciting A Level Portraiture

One of the great triumphs of this A Level Art project is the fluid exploration of ideas; the confident dance between mediums. Here, with muted colour applied to her own hands, face and shoulders, Lucy becomes the human canvas.

Pausing on a work in progress, Ruth Speer (@septemberwildflowers) reveals more about her life outside the studio. “If I put my hand there, it wouldn’t work,” says #WHPinthestudio guest curator Helen Downie (@unskilledworker). “There’s a tenderness to it. She’s painting someone she has a close connection to.” The woman Ruth is drawing is the same person who drew the henna art on her hand. Photo by @septemberwildflowers

Pausing on a work in progress, Ruth Speer (@septemberwildflowers) reveals more about her life outside the studio. “If I put my hand there, it wouldn’t work,” says #WHPinthestudio guest curator Helen Downie (@unskilledworker). “There’s a tenderness to it. She’s painting someone she has a close connection to.” The woman Ruth is drawing is the same person who drew the henna art on her hand. Photo by @septemberwildflowers

Battersea, London in the 1950's. (I wasn't around in the 1950's, but I can remember walking along the wall, holding Mummy's hand on the way home from the shops)

England's Lane by Joseph Connolly – review

Battersea, London in the 1950's. (I wasn't around in the 1950's, but I can remember walking along the wall, holding Mummy's hand on the way home from the shops)

Raquel Figueira - Image feed  http://cargocollective.com/raquelfigueira_feed

Raquel Figueira - Image feed http://cargocollective.com/raquelfigueira_feed

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