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An International GCSE Art exam by Year 11 Tarika Sabherwal based on the still life topic: 'A bunch of keys'. The journey from realism to abstraction. This work was awarded Top in the World.

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.

100% IGCSE Art exam project, showing the progression from realistic observational drawings to semi-abstract paintings. Completed by Tingjian He from ACG Strathallan College - awarded Top in the World!

IGCSE Art exam project, showing the progression from realistic observational drawings to semi-abstract paintings. Completed by Tingjian He from ACG Strathallan College - awarded Top in the World!

"Whirlwind" by Paul Wright, oil on board ("developing a painterly language... the subjects are glimpsed rather than exposed, their inner selves hinted at but ultimately inscrutable")

"Whirlwind" - Paul Wright, oil on board {contemporary figurative expressionist art man head elderly face portrait painting This picture is so good. Not only that but it looks like my gramps.

These beautifully complex portraits convey a sense of internal struggle in a very outward way. Vancouver-based artist Adam Lupton's series, What's in Store for Me in the Direction I Don't Take?, captures the physical signs of worries and stress that can consume a person's thoughts.

SPOTLIGHT: Psychological Oil Paintings by Adam Lupton Canadian artist Adam Lupton’s gaze explores psychological and sociological struggles in modern society. [[MORE]] Painting in oil, blurring lines.

Loui Jover

Beautiful work by Loui Jover Saatchi Online Artist: Loui Jover; Assemblage / Collage, Mixed Media "mind mechanics" ❤this piece.