Archives for category: Fine Art

Drawing with Confidence

Our next Summer Workshop launches this week; Drawing with Confidence. Please sign up at the Art Office if this is something that you would be interested in taking part in.

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Miss Richardson’s work has been selected to be part of the Beyond Surface exhibition at The Glass Tank gallery at Oxford Brookes. The exhibition celebrates Art teachers who are making their own work.  The exhibition featuring ceramics, painting, Textiles and drawing continues until the 21st July.

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Beautiful Natural Forms prints from our Print Making workshop this week. To create these positive and negative pieces students learned a variety of mono printing techniques such as burnishing and collage; with the use of wallpaper to help create textured backgrounds. To generate such refined pieces of work students used the printing press, this has allowed elements such as leaf veins to appear in more detail! I think you will agree that for first timers students have succeeded to created beautiful outcomes!

Photoshop workshop

As well as Ms U’ren’s Print Making Workshop tomorrow we also have a Photoshop workshop lead by Mr Smith this Thursday 22nd June. Please sign up at the Art Office if this is something that interests you!

Students took part in the first Summer Sessions masterclass on Street Art Stencilling this week. Joined by staff as well, they learnt how to make multiple stencils to build up layers and colour in their artwork. They all worked together to create one board full of stencils which will be displayed in the Art Department. All students really challenged themselves and the outcomes look great!

Mono Printing Workshop

Fancy having a go? Sign up at the Art Office to secure your place!

Beautiful work created by our Year 8 students today at Reading University. This morning the students made felt biscuits using a variety of stitch techniques. This afternoon students have made biscuits out of clay, above you will see they are drying ready to go in the kiln.