Faces by Marion Bolognesi

Faces by Marion Bolognesi- we did a study of this in school on famous people, and included subtle imagery. I painted Oscar Wilde

I like this sketchbook due to the dark colours in the background and the technique used to do this. The background is completely filled using paint in layers. The dark browns and reds make a background for the writtten work - these colours are roughly joined with cool colours which make a detailed water and boat scene. I like the way the writing becomes part of he painting. . The overall effect is breathtaking.

War: A Personal Connection (A Level Art)

Ruth Beeley: St George's School, Hertfordshire England Sketchbook page for A Level Art Coursework final artwork, exploring the theme of war.

Colored pencil is a medium you don't often see. I took a course from Gary Greene years ago and was amazed at what you can do with this medium! "Vanity" by Martin Vela, 2007, colored pencil on museum board, 18 x 9.

Reflective study in colored pencil"Vanity" by Martin Vela, colored pencil on museum board, 18 x

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

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