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"What's in your head"- great prompt; I used to do this in {gulp} 1982 with children in shelters-- collage "What's on Your Mind". Everything old is new again.

In our heads- a sister piece

My dear friend and art sister Eliza has made this wonderful double page around the theme "What's in your head". I decided to make a sister piece to it, with what's in my head. Please click on pix to see the translation. More lovely art works on that topic are to be seen here.



Examples of sketchbook pages to inspire students who are working on a natural forms theme in their GCSE Art sketchbooks.

Sketchbooks are a place to gather, research, investigate and explore ideas. Inspired by John Coplans, the sketchbook page above contains a series of beautiful photographs investigating human skin, texture and form. These include different viewpoints, exploration of shadows and lighting conditions. If you are worrying that your sketchbook is not stunning or exciting enough, remember that it is the quality of your work that matters. Seek first to make quality art.

Art Sketchbook Ideas: Creative Examples to Inspire High School Students

Looking for sketchbook ideas? This article showcases inspirational Fine Art sketchbooks - inspiration for the student and teacher.

Tactile techniques used in photography

Top in New Zealand for A Level Photography

Exploring the theme Social Networking, this project by Melissa Kelsey was awarded Top in New Zealand and graded 100% (A*).

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Entry Requirements, Portfolio and Interviews - Arts University Bournemouth

Entry Requirements We accept a wide range of qualifications, which are outlined below: Entry to a Foundation course usually follows two years of sixth form