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The first thing that I found very interesting and unique is the quirkiness of this simple sketch. I feel that the layout of this particular sketch has been well thought Continue reading

Colorful Faceless Paintings - Artist KwangHo Shin Captures the Complexity of Human Emotions

Colorful Faceless Paintings

Identity Project - Colorful Faceless Paintings - Artist KwangHo Shin Captures the Complexity of Human Emotions (GALLERY)

These sketchbook pages are the unequivocal result of effort, passion and enthusiasm. Although 'decoration' is usually unnecessary within a textile or fashion design sketchbook, in this case, the background patterning demonstrates a complete understanding of the aesthetic; a strong personal response to the colours, shapes, textures, lines and forms of the work studied.

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

These sketchbook pages are the unequivocal result of effort, passion and enthusiasm. Although 'decoration' is usually unnecessary within a textile or

Stuck for what to write in your book?  Here's my guide for writing annotations.

Stuck for what to write in your sketchbook? Here's a quick guide for writing annotations in you GCSE art sketchbook💖

Marcia Burtt Late Sun, Moonrise acrylic 30×18 inches. Beautiful colors

Marcia Burtt Late Sun, Moonrise acrylic inches no. 1120603 To inquire about this painting, please contact Tree’s Place Gallery Route @ 28 Orleans, MA

This has given me the idea of creating a series of pictures of one facial feature, of 3-4 generations, e,g, eye, ear, nose. I currently plan to use my grandfather, father, and myself.

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

I like different medias used this piece because the varsity of colours make it look very attractive. I want to used fragments of mixed media like this in my project.

So this is my main idea for the Fragments question on the GCSE Art exam