Thursday, 9 October 2014

New links for all of you!

Michael Najjar is a German artist who produces a lot of digital and photographical work often around a scientific theme.

Sarah I would like you to look at his series called "Outer Space"
Sarah I have also found an Artist called Valerie Kirk who produces tapestries. She has made a tapestry based upon a scientific photograph by a scientist called Brian Schmidt which is very interesting, especially in the way that she is combining high science with craft materials. 
Sarah I would also like you to look at spray paint artists that produce outer space scenes using everyday objects to create different effects, It might be worth us having a play with these materials and trying to produce our own.

Dante, Henry, Tim and Brandon: there is a really interesting set of images by Michael Najjar titled 'Netropolis' using multiple exposures which I think might be really interesting for you guys to have a look at. 

Click on the following links for more information:

Monday, 6 October 2014

Thursday, 25 September 2014

Class 2 MindMap

Above is the mind map that you created last lesson, This needs to be copied into your books.

Try copying it in, however if you are struggling with your writing then printing this out and sticking it in will be fine.

Whichever way you put it into your book, you need to make it your own. If you are printing it then: you need to cut around the words and use different materials to make it more interesting, think about using collage or painting under/over it.

If you are copying it then: make sure you are creative, use different colours and materials to show your experimentation with different processes.

Wednesday, 24 September 2014


This is a blog to help you with your GCSE Art portfolio. 

I will post links to interesting articles and artists for you to look at in relation to your chosen projects. 

I will also post some of your work to the blog so others can see how your skills are developing.

"Anyone who has never made a mistake
 has never tried anything new"
-Albert Einstein