Has a lot of depth to it and really amazing to see the artists' ability to `crop' a scene of a tree branches into a confined outline and make it seem like there is still more to see. The lines also make the portrait seem naturally formed rather than having a thick outline.
Nature-Infused Human Beings
New York-based artist Matt Wisniewski creates mixed media images that are beautifully refreshing. His digital art collages create a stunning fashion and
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.
Textile Bodies Reveal Branched Systems of Veins, Flowers and Roots by Raija Jokinen
Finnish artist Raija Jokinen creates sculptural bodies out of flax which attempt to reveal the complicated relationship between the mind and body. Webs of flowers, veins, and roots cover her textile torsos, shape-shifting between plant and human forms. Jokinen invites the audience to get lost in the
GCSE Art Analysis and Annotation guide sheets
Simple and easy to use sheets to help aid GCSE students with analysing the work of artists and their own annotations using key words to structure a piece o...