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Art: Inside Year 11 Sketchbooks

We look at the developing ideas of GCSE Art and Photography students.

As Year 11 GCSE Art and Photography students speed towards the completion of their first coursework unit, based on the theme ‘Distorted Portraits’, we reflected on the importance of the developmental work in their sketchbooks. Here we will find reflections on their creative direction, observational work and a range of experiments with media and processes. This is all part of the journey they make over a long period of time, which culminates with a personal and creative outcome. Here are some of the wonderful pages from the young creatives of St Andrews International School Bangkok.

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Artist of the Week

An expert draughtsman, Erik in Year 12 Se, created a series of drawings of his headphones, observed from different viewpoints and then distorted and juxtaposed with a second object, a spoon.

Erik Bellarp