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Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Student Art Guide Continued...

Here is the rest of my A level work on my interview with The Student Art Guide, which can be found here: Paper cuttings, mono prints and calligraphy: Exciting A level portraiture.
You may want to check out this post from a couple of days ago, as this is really a continuation (I thought I had a few too many images for one post!)

Self-portraits exploring the body as a human canvas:

An acrylic and pastel piece I did working from the above photographs- You can't really tell from the photo but each section is on a separate panel raised at different heights:

Observational drawing practice experimenting with styles and mediums:

Remember to check out the rest of The Student Art Guide! It really is an incredible site!


1 comment:

  1. Those self portraits are really fantastic. Lately I have been thinking about the difference between photography and painting in relation to portraits. It seems that with Photoshop, portraits (especially of celebrities) are becoming more fantasy like when at the same time (and for some time) there are trends in paintings that are realistic (something that used to be reserved for photography). It is fascinating to watch how these two art forms interact and influence one another.

    Your self portraits (in both media) are really wonderful!