This A Level Art sketchbook page is exactly as a high school Art sketchbook should be: an exciting investigation of media and ideas. Using ‘modrock’ (a plaster of paris bandage) and glue to create raised areas, with other mixed mediums such as wire, ink and Biro pen, Ruth adds careful and detailed drawings over a chaotic ground. The piece is not a finished, resolved image: rather, it is a beautiful and competently executed exploration of ideas.

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A Level Art sketchbook page (A*) by A2 Fine Art student Claire Lynn. Partial imitation of artist works allows students to learn techniques and processes.

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Another amazing A Level Art sketchbook page by Fine Art student Claire Lynn. Imitation of artist works allows students to learn techniques and processes. USE YOUR SKETCHBOOK MORE!

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I like how there is actual paint on the page and it's a combination of pictures, writing and mini diagrams.

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