beautiful pen studies: see how the use of different grounds can add to the 'story' or feel of a work.

A Level Art - beautiful pen studies: see how the use of different grounds can add to the 'story' or feel of a work.

ripping to reveal what's hidden beneath... Interesting idea for a final piece involving mental illnesses or feelings

Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath. Note: Transformation in time peeling off effect layering the same face but in different time.

Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath.

Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath. Note: Transformation in time peeling off effect layering the same face but in different time.

I first discovered Harding Meyer through my A-level art and have since really loved his distortion of model portraits found in the mass media.

I don't really like drawing portraits but this guy caught my attention. (Artist Harding Meyer distorts model portraits found in mass media.

An example of project planning, process and reflection in the book... PERFECT!!!

This A Level Art sketchbook page is beautiful in its simplicity: devoid of all superfluous decoration, it shows a dedicated and committed student learning a technique from an artist and then carefully applying this to original artwork.

Lips studies

Lips studies - Alzheimer's and Dementia ridden individuals lack a voice. They have an inner voice which is full and vibrant and ready. Yet the disease silences them into a remorseful image of hurt and anguish.

Eye studies

Eye studies (F). Recognizes and develops art making as a risk-taking process that incorporates existing knowledge, brainstorming, planning, discovery of unexpected connections, and recognition of serendipity

Autumn Dellaway

I love how the absence of colour in these drawings allow the emotions and concept of being together come through. I love how realistic these drawings are, particularly the wrinkles around the man's eyelid in the top drawing.


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A Level Textiles portfolio

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Halima Akhtar from Woldingham School, Caterham, Surrey, UK. Beautiful collage like textile folio.maybe one day my sketchbook will look this nice

23 creative sketchbook examples to inspire high school Painting / Fine Art students

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

23 creative sketchbook examples to inspire high school Painting / Fine Art students. it could really help my artist's block.

Help for arranging observational studies

GCSE Artist research page analysing portraiture and eyes by Samantha Li Tutorial

This sequence of work (primarily Kate's A Level Art sketchbook pages) shows experimentation with media and the exploration of compositional ideas. Artist influences are chosen cleverly: seamlessly integrating with her own aesthetic.

Art student acquires huge social media following, launching career while at high school

This sequence of work (primarily Kate Powell A Level Art sketchbook pages) shows experimentation with media and the exploration of compositional ideas. Artist influences are chosen cleverly: seamlessly integrating with her own aesthetic.

First Art Sketchbook Page - Studies of Eyes

Create a collage of colors that make up an object (red for apples, yellow for a banana, etc.

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Pupil example (sketchbook work/ research & investigation) I like the use of half black and white half colour on some drawings and the accuracy

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