Year 10 IGCSE art and design students have managed to “wow” their art teacher, with some stunning assignment pieces focused on the theme of Urban Decay.
An exquisite painting on wood by Sofia
Sofia carefully applying the acrylic paint
Sofia's beautifully presented supporting studies, great photos too.
Bogdana's well-researched assignment
Bogdana made five gorgeous nebula paintings, her inspiration for the project coming from the lyrics of a song
Attention to detail, Bogdana's speciality
Justin's abstract piece, which materialised at the last moment and surprised us all
Justin in action
Lea's hauntingly beautiful graphite sketch of a shattered window
Lea in action
Asta's bold abstract work inspired by the work of Gerhard Richter
A riot of thickly applied colour
Asta's confident collage, acrylic and glue pieces
Isabella's powerful collage, watercolour and charcoal exam piece
Strong architectural images typify Isabella's works
Charcoal study of decaying staircase
The first of the new crop of student art blogs from our Year 10 Art and Design students at NGG International school:
Princess Caroline Mathilde?
With a pinch of imagination, and if you screw your eyes up tightly enough, you might just see the profile of a young woman in the picture above.
This is the first big art and design project for year 10 IGCSE students. They’ve been asked to make atmospheric photographs of the site of a ruined palace – close to our international school in Hørsholm, Denmark.
Over the past few weeks these talented students have been learning the fundamental principals behind sketching, mark marking, tone and creating accurate still life drawings.
All these skills, plus the students setting-up their own WordPress art blogs and arty Instagram accounts to showcase their fine art, will be featured from time to time on this blog.
Please ‘follow’ their progress with us through the next two years!
See how they grow!
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