Commission Portrait Artist | United Kingdom | Amelia Preston Art
Amelia Preston is a freelance artist based in the UK, specialising in custom portrait art and oil paintings. Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Finding a voice through A Level Art & Design
This article features the A2 Coursework project of Emily Fielding, completed while studying Edexcel A Level Art and Design at Kennet School, England. Emily gained 100% (A*).
Top in the World: Stunning Self-Portraits by an A Level Art Student
This outstanding Painting and Related Media Coursework project was awarded Top in the World for the CIE examinations. It explores self-portraiture and ‘Identity’.
How to be successful and enjoy your A Level Art exam
Emily Fielding gained 100% for A Level Art, while studying at Kennet School, England. Emily shares tips and advice for students who are sitting the A2 Art exam.
More Artist Bell Ringers & Sketchbook Use
A week or so ago, I posted about how I am using sketchbooks this year in my Studio class. I am going to add to that article by posting the latest things we've added to our sketchbooks IN CLASS via bell ringers and classwork. First off, students did have a sketchbook assignment over the weekend a few weeks ago...but only because it pertained to what they were doing in class. Students were completing the zentangled master's project (I will be sharing the completed ones from this year in the…
Black Sketch Books 1 - Moleskine Watercolour Notebooks.
I have a large number of black books that I have used over the last 30 years as sketch books, visual diaries, note books, study notes and so on. I have some other books that are not black - beautiful leather bound books and so on - but I'll concentrate on the black books for now! This first post is on the Moleskine Watercolour Notebooks. Future posts will cover Stillman & Birn, Handbook, Canson and others I have tried over the years. My collection of black books jumbled onto one shelf…
Art & Création
Ce magazine culturel en ligne sur l’ART & toute forme de création se situe à mi-chemin entre la revue de divertissement créatif et le journal de veille artistique. Il se veut un carrefour de réflexions, une ouverture tous azimuts et une source d’inspiration pour les créatifs et les passionnés d’art sous toutes ses formes. Un webzine ART & CRÉATION qui offre une autre lecture de l’art : il se propose d’ouvrir l’art contemporain à des champs et pistes de réflexion les plus vastes et le faire…