Ellen used the work of Michael Bosanko as inspiration for her Photographers Project, in response she has produced some excellent imagery exploring light trails and bokeh.
Wednesday, 19 March 2014
Monday, 17 March 2014
For her Photographers Project Annabelle chose the incredible work of renowned photographer Tim Flach as an inspiration. Here are some semi abstract studies that she made of her much loved pet Nutmeg, the family hound.
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
For her Exam project theme of ‘Order and/or Disorder’ Alicia has taken inspiration from Moholy-Nagy, Hannah Hoch, Charlotte Cory, Lewis Carroll and Victorian portraiture. Her early studies are produced using a combination of cut and paste and digital layering.
Monday, 10 March 2014
Holly has made a number of dramatic widescreen images from her trip to Malta earlier in the year. This fractured panorama is part of her Landscape & Architecture coursework project and is some of best work to date.
Thursday, 6 March 2014
Steph has made some beautiful work exploring light and water as landscape for one theme of her AS resubmission this year. Most of these images have been taken on her travels and are a small part of a very strong body of A-level work. Well done !
Annabelle continues her excellent progress through her AS course, she will be greatly missed when she returns to Switzerland in the summer. Here are some of the strongest images that she has produced in response to the Exam theme of ‘Air, Earth, Fire & Water’.
Wednesday, 5 March 2014
Ophelia is exploring the AS exam theme of ‘Earth, Air, Fire & Water’, working with indian ink and drawing with a stick on to a ground of collaged tissue paper and PVA. She has been particularly inspired by the 1950’s work of the Welsh artist Ceri Richards.
This is one of Ruth's mixed media preparatory pieces for her A2 exam 'Growth and Evolution'. Working from studies of trees in the school garden she has used watercolours, dripping, blowing and manipulating the paint to achieve the effects she wanted.
Tuesday, 4 March 2014
Alicia made a rich variety of interesting and individual imagery for her Still Life project. Below are a selection of scanography images that she made by directly placing objects onto the school scanner and then manipulating them in photoshop. She also made a lovely collection of images using text, form, light and structure as she explored the conventions and traditions of the photographic still life.