“Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” Edgar Degas ★
A board where tutors and students can pin work by their esteemed colleagues and publicly admit they are the teensiest bit envious ... respect!
These are the TC veterans - we will miss you!
A life sized portrait using small gestural marks such as dots and dashes. Alex has gone onto pursue a career in the computer games industry. During interviews he has been commended for his perceptive observation drawing skills.
Mr Elliot Benjamin... typically began his adventures into screen printing with the largest screen the print room had to offer. Using one of his most beautiful and intricate drawings a fraught day of tactics ensued - a lot of Fabriano ended up on the floor... the entire department aged a little while battling with this stunning set of prints. Devils Circle - 1 of 3
Life sized self portrait by A2 student Alex Carter - using small gestural dots and manic marks to make the energy of light visible. This portrait was made to accompany a portrait of the artist's Dad. Together, the portraits of Father and son are very moving. Alex is now pursuing a career in computer games.
Sugar Lift Etching Dani Smith1 from a set of 5 - technically brilliant. The prints were ultimately so successful due to his perseverance when studying and drawing trees as well as total engagement and hours experimenting in the print room refining his understanding of process. Presently submitted for the RBA A Level show, Mall Galleries, London 2014
This acrylic painting is just bigger than A1. The intensity with which this student worked was an inspiration to all of her colleagues. The paintings and drawings of Giacometti and Ann Gale were a constant support during Hebe's learning. The sketchbook that accompanies this painting reflects the constant observation and problem solving crucial for creative learning.
An altarpiece depicting the conversion of the first Earl Pamposiani of Nowhere upon the Plain of Hucklesbury. The Saint Ghpodsby presents Pamposiani with a superior recipe for raspberry cake (the recipe is now recorded in The Most Excellent Book of Gregorism), thus preventing a catastrophic incursion into the Physical Plane of Existence by the Petal-People.