Fragility mixed media art journal page by Czekoczyna heidi notes: how can you represent your fragility on an art journal page? what bits of you are left after breaking? what can you see with your limited vision? what are your limits and how do they make you breakable?

Fragility mixed media art journal page by Czekoczyna heidi notes: how can you represent your fragility on an art journal page? what bits of you are left after breaking? what can you see with your limited vision? what are your limits and how do they make you breakable?

I do want to create a Sea Shell Journal with watercolor sketches like this. I could start with my favorite shells that we have already collected and then take it with me on future trips with shell collecting and doodling potential. -CAB

I do want to create a Sea Shell Journal with watercolor sketches like this. I could start with my favorite shells that we have already collected and then take it with me on future trips with shell collecting and doodling potential. -CAB

Scots Cat, Demo study, WIP | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Scots Cat, Demo study, WIP | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Sculpture and 3D Design sketchbooks - 20 creative examples

Sculpture and 3D Design Sketchbooks – 20 Creative examples

Sculpture and 3D Design sketchbooks - 20 creative examples

Yum yum colours in this pen and wash sketchbook. Love the notes at the side too.

Yum yum colours in this pen and wash sketchbook. Love the notes at the side too.

Giraffe

Giraffe

By Anne LeToux/Bulles dorées (golden bubbles) on Flickr. French text says "tempest in a skull."

By Anne LeToux/Bulles dorées (golden bubbles) on Flickr. French text says "tempest in a skull."

How to develop your ideas: A Level Art Coursework development

How to develop your ideas: A Level Art Coursework development

'How to develop your ideas: A Level Art Coursework development.' (via Student Art Guide)

Art journal page

Art journal page

This A Level Art sketchbook page is exactly as a high school Art sketchbook should be: an exciting investigation of media and ideas. Using ‘modrock’ (a plaster of paris bandage) and glue to create raised areas, with other mixed mediums such as wire, ink and Biro pen, Ruth adds careful and detailed drawings over a chaotic ground. The piece is not a finished, resolved image: rather, it is a beautiful and competently executed exploration of ideas.

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

This A Level Art sketchbook page is exactly as a high school Art sketchbook should be: an exciting investigation of media and ideas. Using ‘modrock’ (a plaster of paris bandage) and glue to create raised areas, with other mixed mediums such as wire, ink and Biro pen, Ruth adds careful and detailed drawings over a chaotic ground. The piece is not a finished, resolved image: rather, it is a beautiful and competently executed exploration of ideas.

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