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I have always loved journal style collage art. Halima Akhtar from Woldingham School, Caterham, Surrey, UK. Beautiful collage like textile folio.

a level textiles sketchbook exploring butterflies

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Fashion Textiles Sketchbook richly illustrated with mixed media obsevational paintings + design research, fabric interpretations and fashion design development

development of ideas, A level art. Abby Hope Skinner

Top in the World: Stunning Self-Portraits by an A Level Art Student

Breathe: Wen Redmond:

“Breathe” by Wen Redmond - Media - Quilting Daily, “Breathe” x Leaf prints on a variety of painted papers; mounted on hand-painted silk noil, dyed silk organza, and painted stabilizer.

Makoto Azuma - Iced Flowers ... ❃∘❃✤ॐ ♥..⭐.. ▾ ๑♡ஜ ℓv ஜ ᘡlvᘡ༺✿ ☾♡ ♥ ♫ La-la-la Bonne vie ♪ ❥•*`*•❥ ♥❀ ♢❃∘❃♦ ♡ ❊ ** Have a Nice Day! ** ❊ ღ‿ ❀♥❃∘❃ ~ Fr 18th Dec 2015 ... ~ ❤♡༻ ☆༺❀ .•` ✿⊱ ♡༻

Makoto Azuma - Iced Flowers His works on frozen flowers are very delicate and elegant. I love how he actually arranged the flowers before freezing them in ice

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evidence of first-hand research, quick confident gestural drawings showing a response to this environment, and scrawled annotation, these sketchbook pages – showing the development of ideas for a sculpture entitled ‘Stone Egg’ – .

Abby Hope Skinner. Drawing from observation in art. This section of Abby’s A Level Art portfolio shows excellent reference to first-hand sources. Here she completes observational line drawings of still life items (relating to her identity as a young artist – paint brushes, easels, artwork) arranged on a studio desk. The compositions communicate the essence of Abby’s identity, without the inclusion of a typical self-portrait – an innovative way of approaching a self-portrait.

Top in the World: Stunning Self-Portraits by an A Level Art Student

Farm21 - Sasha Sykes, More

Sasha Sykes - articulating screen, foliage and flowers encased in resin and acrylic.

This picture represents how after Gregor changed he no longer liked fresh food, but craved rotten food and mold. since as a bug his taste buds would change for rotten food instead of fresh foods.

To prevent our food from spoiling, our refrigerators are solely dependent on the reliability of our nation’s power grid. Sometimes unforeseen disasters will occur that can cause power outages, which in turn threaten our family’s health and safety.

The prospect of ephemeral art is making me really very excited!

The prospect of ephemeral art is making me really very excited!

Art & Installation - Anya Gallaccio - "Preserve Beauty" (New York) 2003 - Gallaccio is known for her work with organic materials such as ice, flowers, fruits and sugar. Her installations often change over time as they melt, decompose or sprout new life.