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Art: Distorted Portraits & Life in Thailand Competition

Year 10 artists and photographers at St Andrews International School Bangkok had their first taste of an extended exam. Here’s what happened...We are also thrilled to announce the winners of the Life in Thailand Art competition.

On Wednesday 22 May Year 10 students at St Andrews International School Bangkok had their first taste of an Art and Photography exam. They worked for an extended period of 5 hours creating a ‘Distorted Portrait’. Artists used pencil to draw from photographs of contorted faces, whilst photographers took advantage of a studio setting to create portrait photos, which they then manipulated in Photoshop. The results, seen below, are very exciting and demonstrate the great versatility and creativity of our students.

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Life in Thailand Competition

Wednesday 22 May was also a significant date because it was the deadline for entries to the Key Stage 3 “Life in Thailand” competition. And the winners are:

  • 1st place: Poon Kititarakul 7c
  • 2nd place: Bianca Stevens 8c
  • 3rd place: Emma Cha 8e
 
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