Wednesday, 24 June 2015
For her GCSE ‘Portraiture’Coursework project Alex considered investigating what clothes, artefacts and possessions say about their owner’s character and personality. Her clear appreciation of colour, light and atmosphere helped her produce some very individual imagery.
Phoebe produced a series of well defined and carefully observed studies of urban structure and landscaping, patterns and geometry, for her GCSE ‘Landscape & Architecture’ Coursework project. Here are a few of her stronger works.
Tuesday, 23 June 2015
Well done to all our artists who participated in this year’s Young Art Oxford competition on the theme of ‘In my Dreams’. A special congratulations goes to Luna Li (Highly Commended) and Regina Stolyarova (Commended). Featured below are a few of the many entrants.
Thursday, 18 June 2015
Helena explored a variety of approaches and techniques, often using low or artificial light for her GCSE Portraiture project. Gradually paring down her subject matter and colour palette, she finally settled on this set for her final piece.
Wednesday, 17 June 2015
These three vibrant and arresting works are Ophelia's response to the A2 exam title 'Flaws, Imperfections, Ideals and Compromises', and show her using a selection of female symbols and imagery. The works are A2 size and mixed media.
Monday, 15 June 2015
-Artwork by Tansy Heaton (GCSE)-
You are all invited to the Private View of Wychwood School’s
Summer Exhibition on Monday 6th July 2015.
Fine Art , Photography & Textiles A2/AS/GCSE
Live Jazz, Wine, Soft Drinks and Sunshine
74 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6JR
Friday, 12 June 2015
Franci's Personal Study for A2 focused on the graphic work of Andy Warhol and his connection later in life with Jean-Michel Basquiat. Her final responses incorporated text as well, but these two earlier paintings are particularly good examples of Franci's dramatic use of colour.
Wednesday, 3 June 2015
Eliza used the large scale images of Andreas Gursky as a starting point reference for her Photographers project. She produced a very strong set of studies of urban space, appreciating form and emptiness/solidity and air, mostly shot in the urban metropolis that is Milton Keynes.
Tuesday, 2 June 2015
Although she initially experimented with cut-ups and collage for the Portraiture project part of her GCSE coursework, Vicki went on concentrate on street portraits taken on her travels in NYC and Spain. The images below are a couple of her more successful final shots.