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British Students' Art Works for the 8th Anniverary Betwwen Our School and Our British Link School

[Date:2015-05-11] Author:外事办 Hits: [ContentSize:X M S]

This piece was produced by a 15 year old student interested in sport, photo realistic Art and trainers.

This piece was produced by a 13 year old looking at fusing cultural patterns and ideas from Aboriginal and Japanese Art.

This piece is by a 13 year old student interested in fusing ideas from Native American Art with African Art.

This is a giant painting (150cm wide by 250 cm long) by an A level Art student who looked at Chinese scrolls and Chinese brush painting alongside the      elements.  She also produced some fascinating photos of milky ink  diffusing into water.


An expressive look at a waterscape by a 15 year old GCSE art student.

Taking inspiration from Japanese koi carp, this is a preliminary study for a painting by an A level Art student.

Here the student looks at modern and ancient Asian cultures placing the modernity within the dress and the more traditional scroll landscapes in the         background

Examples of the students milky ink diffusing into a jar of water, reminiscent of traditional Chinese brush painting.

Captured images of milky ink diffusing into a jar of water.  Open to interpretation as to what pictures you can see!

Using expressive colour and some mixed media this piece has been created by an A level student who focused on farm animals.


The topic of ‘Urban Landscape’ has been explored in this dramatic piece of work by a GCSE student who worked on a large scale – 80cm wide by        120cm tall.

The topic of ‘Horses’ is very popular with some of our students who have their own horses.  This student has explored the theme looking at the use of expressive colour and confident brushstrokes within this piece

Although not that close to London, lots of students enjoy taking imagery from the capital to use as their inspiration.  This student has created a piece with an injection of colour at this tube station to brighten up the mundane commute into the city.


In this piece, the student has dealt with the topic of ‘Dereliction’.  She went and took some site specific photos and produced this accurate interpretation  in her end of year 15 hour exam.  It is acrylic paint on canvas.


This student was a passionate English literature student, who used the works by Gothic novelists to create this period piece.  It is an etching, oil based ink on paper.

Following a school Geography trip to Iceland, this student produced a set of paintings and explorations based on the amazing landscapes she saw on her trip.  To create the thick, impasto effect, the student laid down a ground of polyfilla before applying the paint.

 

This fun, quirky illustrative painting has

been inspired by the patterns in a kaleidoscope, colour and repetition.  Painted onto wood panels, the student produced a series of her friends, stylised in this way.

Following a school Geography trip to Iceland, this student produced a set of paintings and explorations based on the amazing landscapes she saw on her trip.  To create the thick, impasto effect, the student laid down a ground of polyfilla before applying the paint.