By ChallonerArt, Feb 18 2017 10:54PM
Our tenth artist in this series is Anthea Hamilton, a sculptor who was shortlisted for the Turner Prize this year. Although she was not the winner, Challonerart certainly was intrigued by her surrealist type pieces including this mysterious chair. See an article about her here
By ChallonerArt, Feb 6 2017 5:59AM
Our ninth artist if Gillain Ayres, a British painter who produces vibrant, colourful abstract paintings. These flamboyant images are often huge in scale. Here is a sumptuous example:
By ChallonerArt, Feb 1 2017 9:23AM
We are currently on 123423 visitors; first person to bring a screen shot of Challonerart with the visitor number at 123456 will win a set of pencils
By ChallonerArt, Feb 1 2017 9:19AM
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By ChallonerArt, Jan 30 2017 5:59AM
This week's artist is the photorealist painter, Audrey Flack who specialises in images of intricate and detailed still life set ups.
By ChallonerArt, Jan 23 2017 5:59AM
Our artist for this week is Alison Lambert who specialises in drawings and prints of the human form. specifically on portraits, whole figures and hands. She works in an intense multi-layered manner, often with several pieces of paper overlapping in the same inage.
By ChallonerArt, Jan 19 2017 5:44AM
Have a look at the link to see some amazing pages of sketches, studies and drawing by the artist Matthew
Filipkowski. Just sit back and enjoy his skill and sense of visual inventiveness. Sketchbook
By ChallonerArt, Jan 15 2017 10:36PM
This week we are focusing on the pioneering Pop Artist Pauline Boty. She was a star of the British Pop Art scene whose vibrant and stimulating paintings received plenty of praise and exposure until she died tragically young at the age of 28. Have a look at her work here and read about her here.
By ChallonerArt, Jan 9 2017 5:57AM
This week's artist is a designer Hanna Werning. We are studying her in the Year 7 project on fabric and wallpaper designs. Hannah's beautiful and inticate designs explore colour and pattern in a vibrant way. It is interesting to see how th images interlock and join together.
By ChallonerArt, Jan 5 2017 5:35AM
The Spring term is a busy and exciting time in the Art Department. Our year 11 students start work on their GCSE exteranally set task whilst the year 10 students continue with a project called "Text and Image". In Key stage 3 Year 9 start a new project on "Pop Art", taking a trip to the Tate Gallery in the process and Year 8 will begin looking at one of the most influential styles of modern art, Cubism, for their next project. Year 7 students are going to get to grips with printing techniques in their project on fabric design. Meanwhile, we have lined up an interesting trip for the Sixth Form as they start their new project about the human form. Much to look forward to.
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