Friday, 29 January 2016

Fei Wu Fine Art GCSE

Fei has produced four canvasses for her Self-Portrait project, each reflecting a different facet of her life, with an image of her left hand on her violin acting as a constant motif. The first green shadowed background is a chessboard; the next represents art, symbolised by three primary colours; the red shadowed ground is inspired by a painting at Tate Modern called Forms on Grey (Fei wears a lot of grey), and the final purple shadow is the colour of her Chinese passport, her nationality

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Ellie Tarff Photography GCSE

Ellie made some fantastic studies of London for her GCSE Coursework project 'Street Life'. She managed to combine a sensitivity for photographing both people and place to make a body of work that highlighted just some of the many contrasts and contradictions of our capital city.

Monday, 25 January 2016

Shirley Wang Textiles GCSE

Shirley has been extending her skills and working on her GCSE portfolio, below are examples of her multi pattern overlays using free machining and also Oil Bar work applied onto fabric through a stencil. All work has been developed from ideas from a recent trip to the Pitt Rivers Museum.

Friday, 22 January 2016

Kelly Kaeferstein Photography GCSE

Kelly investigated a variety of themes for her 'Landscape & Architecture' Coursework project, including buildings of importance and deserted urban spaces. These images were taken on a trip home to Munich. 

Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Maya Johnson Art GCSE

This dramatic and emotional self-portrait by Maya (Yr11) reflects her careful studies from the work of the German Expressionist Artists and the contemporary painter Gerhard Richter.

Monday, 18 January 2016

Jessey Ilomuanya Textiles AS

Jessey's first prints using a paper cutout and a screen printing technique on paper and fabric have produced these interesting results.

Friday, 15 January 2016


The Upper Transits (Yr10) are working from a Still Life set up in the Art room in their second GCSE term. They have each been asked to produce a selection of responses in a variety of materials, and these are a few works in progress…

Ruby Gurdon

Regina Stolyarova

Shirley Wang

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Kayee Luo Photography GCSE

For her GCSE Coursework Portraiture project Kayee explored various blur and movement techniques to produce these vivid images of her classmates.