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Art: Year 11 get bent out of shape

Year 11 artists and photographers work hard to complete their first coursework unit ‘Distorted Portraits’

For the last three months Year 11 Art and Photography students have been working on their first coursework unit on the theme of “Distorted Portraits”. To reach their creative goals, they have been investigating a variety of processes and techniques, analysing contextual sources, such as artists and photographers and experimenting with media. All with the aim of producing a personal and informed response to the theme. With the deadline looming, their work is really starting to take shape. Artists are expected to create one final outcome, usually a large painting or drawing, whilst photographers present a printed digital image or series of images. Here we can see students busy with their work in progress. We are certainly looking forward to seeing this resolved work, alongside other projects on show in June 2019 at the GCSE Art and Photography exhibition. Art and photography by Noodee, Romi, Ronit, Kiko, Gunn, Ton-naam, David and Derek.

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