High school art exam project by Tarika Sabherwal, based on the topic: 'A bunch of keys'. An excellent example showing the journey from realism to abstraction - awarded Top in the World! (100%)

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.

mushrooms! - by Thabiso Mokokwane, IGCSE Art student from Botswana

Vibrant Illustrations: An A* IGCSE Coursework Project

The fine detail and surface texture in these mushroom drawings is contrasted with experimental mark-making: exemplary handling of media by an IGCSE Art & Design student.

A beautiful Art Exam by Year 11 student Nikau Hindin in response to the topic 'crustaceans'. IGCSE Art & Design

Natural Forms: A beautiful International GCSE Art Exam

Based on the topic 'Crustaceans' this natural forms project gained A* in the International GCSE Art exam (IGCSE Art and Design Controlled Test).

Artist analysis of Jim Dine. Nikau Hindin

A* IGCSE Art Coursework: Trinkets, Treasures and Memories

Development towards a final piece, IGCSE Art (Edexcel) by Samantha Li

A* GCSE Art Coursework: Sense of Place

This Edexcel GCSE Art Coursework project explores architectural spaces, daily life and routine. It was completed by Samantha Li and was awarded full marks.

sketchbook page exploring personally relevant clothing items...graphite, Indian ink, black pen and charcoal. By Nikau Hindin, ACG Parnell College

A* IGCSE Art Coursework: Trinkets, Treasures and Memories

Produce observational drawings ranging from small close up studies to large on depth, detailed drawings

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!

100% IGCSE Art Exam: An Iron and a Pile of Washing

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!

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