Click this link to access your current homework linking to ‘Everyday Objects’.
Year 10 Homework – Everyday Objects

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We will be entering a carefully selected number of artworks into the prestigious Royal Academy Young Artists’ Summer Show over the next few weeks.

If your work has been selected for entry by Art staff, you will be contacted regarding this before entry. Keep posted!

Mr R Collins

The Year 11 examination unit commences in January 2019, ending on May 3rd.
Please click the following link to access the student planning template for this unit – year 11 curriculum – exam unit

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Homework – Complete between three and five highly detailed tree drawings in pencil. Observe realistic scale and proportions. Due 17th December

(Note – a powerpoint of stages will be following shortly)

Click here to access some great images to work from – Detailed pencil tree images


Here are some ‘Grade 9’ examples for your reference;

Our talented new Year 7 students have been busy developing artwork linking to the theme of ‘Animals’, specifically exploring zentangle patterns. Here is a small gallery of their impressive work (more to follow);
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It was great to speak with so many prospective A Level Art students on Thursday. Here are a few images of our small exhibition from the evening;
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Please take a moment to view the amazing artwork produced by our talented Year 10 students based on the theme, ‘In The Forest’. This will be particularly useful for current Year 10 students!
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Note – A full gallery of Year 10 work and current homework are located on the specific Year 10 GCSE page.

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Over a double page in your sketchbook create visual research on artist, David Parfitt.
Include;
– A relevant background (best to copy (a section of) his work).
– Printed images of Parfitt’s work presented effectively.
– Information in own words – discuss his style, inspiration and techniques.
– Discuss your opinions and what you are doing to link to Parfitt’s style.

This homework is to be completed on the next two NEW pages in your book and is separate from your previous Parfitt copy.
Due – Tuesday 30th October

Click here to view the powerpoint of past student examples;
Trees – David Parfitt double research pgs

Year 9 students have been working hard to develop fine ink paintings based on the distinctive work of Australian artist Louis Jover. Please take a moment to have a look at their incredible artwork (See Y9 page for larger images);
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