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South African artist, Lorraine Loots, created coin-sized paintings as part of a project entitled, Postcards for Ants. I'm from South Africa too!

Draw yourself in an unusual reflection.

Escher inspired reflection self-portraits - Turn this into a comp 1 project with this question: What background and round object will your students choose to represent themselves & which reflective object would they use?

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Artist: Chuck Close I like the uncomfortable closeness of Chuck Close's photography and paintings. He catches people in their not so lovely phases and exemplifies it.

"These gorgeous, and very clever, portraits are the work of New York based artistNathan Manire. When you see them from far away {go on, get up from your computer and take about 10 steps back} they suddenly have shading, depth and detail… but up close they are just a bunch of lovely, washy dots. Just dots {that I completely love on their own too!}" The Jealous Curator

nathan manire - portraits, created using only dots of watercolor paint (T: self portrait idea?

photo instead here is a standard female face i ve drawn from scratch ...

Step-by-Step Drawing Faces. This is a good base sketch for the perceptions of self/other process assignment. Bright colours or patterns could then be added to reflect upon the personality of the perso (Drawing Step Learning)

Chuck Close oversized paintings


Chuck Close Bob acrylic on gessoed canvas National Gallery of Australia, Canberra Purchased 1975 copyright Chuck Close, courtesy Pace Gallery

Line Drawing, Contour Drawing, Illustration, Dress, Costume Dress, Frock Dress, Dresses, Gowns, Gown

graphic portrait

Vector artwork involves usage of geometrical figures like points, lines etc. Points and lines are the most used geometrical primitives in vector designs.

David Hockney  self portrait, 1959

Reflective "We thoughtfully consider the world and our own ideas and experience. We work to understand our strengths and weaknesses in order to support our learning and personal development." David Hockney, Self-Portrait, 1954