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Creative Work of the Week | 4th March

The Year 11 GCSE Artists have been working on their examination projects for six weeks now and are making great progress towards finalising their plans for their final pieces, to be created in a 10 hour exam session after the Easter holidays.

The two pupils work featured here demonstrate the range of ways that our pupils have chosen to respond to the 7 themes set by the exam board.

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Caitlyn has chosen two artists to inspire her work, Shepard Fairey and Nikos Gyftakis.

She has applied their styles to her own portraits and is now exploring ways to combine them to make her own unique outcome. This process of experimentation and development is essential in the development of the final idea.


Tanya’s portraiture work has taken her in a very different direction.

Inspired by Cubism and David Hockney’s joiners, she is weaving her photographs together.

This is in the process of moving from 2D weavings to 3D forms. We hope to have some very exciting final pieces to display in the end of year exhibition.