flesh drawings in watercolour pencil look at Jenny Saville - get students to press faces against a window and photograph from other side as reference - use grid to compose - accompany with lessons about contortion - corporeal art themes: feminist, biotech performative art etc. -yr 11

flesh drawings in watercolour pencil look at Jenny Saville - get students to press faces against a window and photograph from other side as reference - use grid to compose - accompany with lessons about contortion

Jenny Saville research pages by Robyn Yeang:

24 creative sketchbook examples to inspire Art students

Jenny Saville research pages by Robyn Yeang: Learning from other artists by studying them in your sketchbook.

Observational studies CNC

Observational studies using different materials,pencil ink water colour charcoal etc.maximising a single idea to develop a final design.

Four items that represent you...cropped and up close drawing

*** drawing idea - Students were asked to select four items that were representative of themselves and draw a closely cropped view of each one on a square of paper.

use blank (eg. insect wings) as inspiration in order to create an abstract composition which uses the principles of pattern & repetition

use blank (eg. insect wings) as inspiration in order to create an abstract composition which uses the principles of pattern repetition

Jenny Saville

Jenny Saville & Glen Lunchford collaborative work from the series 'Close Contact'.This is one of my all times favourite pieces of work,I love it so much I forked out for the original exhibition catalogue

GCSE art exam A*

Ideas for Abstraction: International GCSE Art exam 100%

A thorough and comprehensive International GCSE Art exam by Tarika Sabherwal based on the still life topic: ‘A bunch of keys’. This work was awarded Top in the World.

Sketchbook

A* IGCSE Art Coursework: Trinkets, Treasures and Memories

Power of observation

Project idea for grade - photograph shoes with tight cropping and do grid drawings

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