Week 34 = Week beginning 29th June 2020

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Wk 3- produce 2 pages of studies of surfaces, textures and architectural details from the photographs you took in school and from other sources.

Wk 4 - Task 1: On page 10 and 11 Draw some skulls;  Plan your next lesson's work based on these

Task 2: continue with the draft of your Personal StudyRead the article below.

Wk 35 - select your topic from the mock EST paper. Over Summer complete at least 6 sides of studies in your sketchbook.  Read these two articles for help

Continue studies in your Personal Study topic:

On pages 60 and 61 of your sketchbook, make artist research pages about Henri Matisse figures and Amedeo Modigliani figurines; Look at their work here                                   and here

Week 18: On a page of your sketchbook, copy one picture by each of the artists represented on this page. Use a variety of materials.

Look at the images of hands here                                           and fill a page of your  sketchbook with drawings of them. Use a variety of materials. Ideally copy two images and then draw two inspired by them.

Look here for some details about how to tackle the personal study

A-level Art

Alberto Giacometti Giacometti Sculptures Giacometti painting Jenny Saville - Article Paula Rego - Article Alison Lambert - Article Lucian Freud - Article Euan Uglow - Article Lucian Freud - Article 2 Egon Scheile - Article 3 Egon Schiele - Article Egon Schiele - Article 2 Euan Uglow - Article 2 Euan Uglow - Article 3 Lucian Freud - Article 3 Alison Lambert - Article 2 Alison Lambert - Article 3 Jenny Saville - Article 3 Jenny Saville - Article 2 Paula Rego - Article 2 Paula Rego - Article 3

Extended writing:

Human Form

Egon Scheile - Article 4

Have a look at this brilliant website about Student Art

Art Website Personal Study Personal Study 2

1. create two pages of studies from the following board   2. create a series of studies inspired by the artist Sunga Park

3. create a series of studies inspired by the artist Rachel Whiteread     4. Create two pages of studies from the following board

Architecture Rachel Whiteread Sunga Park Sunga Park The Street

Week 1. Have a look at the drawings of Ian Murphy. Make an Artist study of his work on page 3 of your sketchbook.

Week 2 - Look at the architects Zaha Hadid and Frank Gehry - on p4 and 5 make studies plus information about the artists

Zaha Hadid Frank Gehry

Wk 4 - produce 2 pages of architectural details from doors and doorways. Use photographic sources.

Week 5 - Have a look at the photographic montages of Sharon Elphick. Using a mixture of methods including collage, photography, drawing and writing make an artist study over two pages of your sketchbook.

Sharon Elphick

Week 6 - Produce two pages of developments from the work you have produced this term; choose something you enjoyed making or feel was successful and make new studies using a range of varied materials.

Week 7 - Produce two pages of developments from the images on these boards;

make new studies using a range of varied materials.

Jeanette Barnes The Street

Week 8 - Over two pages of your sketchbook, explore linear perspective. See here

Linear perspective

Week 9 - Choose an appropriate artist and, over two pages of your sketchbook, make an study about them. Include images and make an interesting background. See here

Project resources

Wk10 - choose your favourite study and, over two sides of your book, make a series of images that develop and extend it.

Wk11 -- over two sides of your book, make your initial studies for a Main Piece in the Urban Environmant project. These should follow fluently from your previous studies.

Wk12 - over two sides of your book, make small alterations to your initial studies for your Main Piece idea. Alter composition and material or modify the colour and value. Changes should follow fluently from your previous studies.

Wk13 - over Christmas, on two sides of your book, make final plans for your Main Piece idea. Alter composition & material or modify the colour & value. Changes should follow fluently from your previous studies. Task 2 - Extended writing. Choose a picture from this bank of images. Follow the "Extended Wrting Task" sheet to draft your 400 - 500 words.

Extended Writing Task

Extended writing

articles; Built Environment

Ian Murphy Ian Murphy 2 Ian Murphy 3 Jeanette Barnes Jeanette Barnes 2 Jeanette Barnes 3 Lucian Freud 3 Lucian Freud 2 Lucian Freud 1 Emmie van Biervllet 1 Emmie van Biervllet 2 Emmie van Biervllet 3

Week 14 and 15 - Make a portrait using the grid process. Firstly find an interesting, forward-facing black & white portrait. Print it on A5 size paper with a border. Next, grid the portrait using squares of about 25 - 35 cm. Subsequently make a grid of the same diminsions on a blank A4 drawing sheet. Initially using light pencil lines, and starting with the eyes, accurately draw the portrait. Continue shading until complete. Due in on Weds 23rd Jan

Gridded Portrait tutorial Gridded Portrait tutorial Hands

Wk 17: On a page of your sketchbook, copy one picture by each of the artists represented on this page.Use a variety of materials.

Human Form 1 Human Form 2 Henri Matisse Amedeo Modigliani

Wk 19. Over two pages of your sketchbook, take some photographs & produce some drawings of figures curled up or folded. Ask friends to pose for photos and then make some drawings based on the photos. Use a variety of formats and materials.

On two pages  of your sketchbook, make four images of standng figures. Each study should be on different paper. You can draw from real life or photographs or look at the work of artists such as Alberto Giacometti and Alison Lambert; Look at their work here                                    and here.

Alison Lambert Giacometti

On two pages of your sketchbook, make artist research pages about Henry Moore and Antony Gormley; Look at their work here                                                           and here

Henry Moore Antony Gormley

Task 1 - make some studies of the sculptures of hands by Auguste Rodin

Task 2 - make some studies of sculptures inspired by the work of Moore, Gormley and Rodin

Rodin Sculpture

Wk 25: Main piece development ; Cover two pages with final plans for your main piece idea in the "Human Form" project. These should have enough detail to guide your work in your next lesson on Weds 24th April.

Wk 26: Read the guidance to starting your personal study and make your initial investigations.

Wk 27: Make your final studies for your main piece.

Wk 28: Read these articles from the Student Art Guide.                                                                          

Use the advice to help you make some further studies

Student Art Guide 1 Student Art Guide 2

Wk 32 and 33: Individualised development ; Cover two pages with further appropriate studies for your main piece idea in the "Human Form" project. Wk 33 - research into your Personal Study Topic Week 29 + 30; Catch-up weeks

Developing your ideas Choosing a Theme

Wk 34 - select your topic from the mock EST paper. Continue intitial studies in your Personal Study topic

Wk 1 - On p 7 of your sketchbook. Develop a task of your own that develops some of your summer studies. Blend two of your ideas together. Plan your next lesson's work.

Wk 3 - Task 1: on page 9 Develop a task of your own that develops some more of your summer studies. Blend two of your ideas together. Plan your next lesson's work.ask 2: continue with the draft of your Personal Study

Developing your ideas

Wk 2 - Task1: Develop a task of your own that develops some more of your summer studies. Blend two of your ideas together. Work on page 8. Plan your next lesson's work.  Task 2: continue with the draft of your Personal Study. Task 3: Read the two articles from the Summer HW

Wk 5 - Task 1: On p 12 Develop a task of your own that develops some more of your recent work. Blend two of your ideas together. Plan your next lesson's work. Task 2: continue with the draft of your Personal Study

Wk 6 - Task 1: On page 13 and 14 develop the initial developmental studies for a Main Piece idea following some more of your recent work. Blend two of your ideas together. Plan your next lesson's work.

Task 2: continue with the draft of your Personal Study.

Wk 7 - Task 1: On page 15 and 16 develop the secondary developmental studies for a Main Piece idea following some more of your recent work. Blend two of your ideas together. Plan your classwork for after half term : Be ambitious.

Task 2: continue drafting your Personal Study

2018-19 Homework

Wk 8 - Task 1: On page 17 and 18 consolidate the secondary developmental studies for a Main Piece idea following some more of your recent work. Plan your classwork for next week : Be ambitious.

Task 2: continue drafting your Personal Study

Previous Homework

Wk 9 - Task 1: On page 19 make an initial study for a Main Piece idea following your recent work. The study should be annotated. Plan your classwork for next week : Be ambitious.

Task 2: continue writing your Personal Study

Wk 10 - Task 1: Consolidate your plans for a Main Piece idea following your recent work. The plans should be annotated and ready for you to start next week. -  Be ambitious.     Task 2: continue writing your Personal Study.

Wk 11 - Task 1: Catch - up week

Task 2: continue writing your Personal Study.

Wk 12 and 13: Personal homework task as negotiated with Mr Coultart in the

Wks 14, 15, 16 and 17: Ensure your sketchbook is updated. You should complete a minimum of 20 sides.

Continue with your Personal Study

Wk 19, Finalise your choice in the EST. Make 3 pages of initial studies for your project.

Continue with your Personal Study

On two pages of your sketchbook, make images inspired  inspired by the artist Alison Watt. You can use any materials. Click the hyperlink to see some paintings by her. Write some information about the

Alison Watt Alison Watt 2

Wk 21: On two pages of your sketchbook, make your first set of extended studies. Use only black white and grey materials to explore aspects of your theme. Use a variety of materials. These studies should generate tasks in next week's lessons

Wk 22: On two pages of your sketchbook, make your second set of extended studies. Use colour materials to explore aspects of your theme. Use a variety of materials. These studies should generate tasks in next week's lessons

Adrian Berg

Work by Adrian Berg here

Wk 23: On two pages of your sketchbook, make your third set of extended studies. Use colour materials to explore aspects of your theme. Use a variety of materials. These studies should generate tasks in next week's lessons and they should hint at your main piece idea.

Wk 24: On four pages of your sketchbook, make your fourth set of extended studies. These should begin to develop a composition for your Main Piece. Use colour materials to explore aspects of your theme. Use a variety of materials. These studies should generate tasks in next week's session

Also, continue with your Personal Study

Easter: Continue to develop a compositions for your Main Piece. Use colour materials to explore aspects of your theme. Use a variety of materials. Finalise your sketchbook.

Photograph and send if you want comments.

Also, continue with your Personal Study

Week 25 and 26: Use your prep studies to start a main piece. Over Easter you should have completed your sketchbook to at least page 20 ensuring there were no gaps and that the work flowed as the project grew.

Now, start a main piece. If you are fortunate enough to have large paper, use it, but if not I suggest a series of smaller studies that will be viewed as a composite piece. Good Luck

* Send photographs of your work to me by e-mail. I will make comment and reply with advice

Week 27: It is the final week for working for you so continue to use your prep studies to support your main piece.

I trust that you had large paper or card but I look forward to seeing how inventive you have been with smaller scale composite pieces. Good Luck

* Send photographs of your work to me by e-mail. I will make comment and reply with advice