I wanted my final piece to have a unique shape to begin with but then I decided if I wanted it to link well with my composition choice then I should have it a basic rectangular shape rather than cutting it into the eye shape to make it look like an ordinary gallery painting to the audience but then to have the eye within to make the audience intrigued. When considering line in my work I thought about the length and width of the lines I wanted to make and whether I wanted them to create tone or a basic outline.
Taking Art at GCSE will increase your range of artistic skills and introduce you to many techniques that you may have never come across before. Youll be encouraged to develop your powers of expression and explore a wide variety of media and tools: painting, sketching, charcoals, printmaking, sculpture, maybe even photography and graphics. Coursework is very important and over the two years you will be building a portfolio of work which will make up the majority of your final marks. This will include some research, analysis and written work.
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Art GCSE is a practical course which does require a lot of self-organisation to ensure you keep on top of the coursework. It's a strong preparation for A level Art and Design and even if you don't take it further it will certainly broaden your artistic aspect and appreciation.
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"In conclusion, it is evident that both S.J. Peploe and Paul Cezanne were talented and unique painters. Their styles were very different and their influences also varied. Cezanne was associated with post Impressionism and Peploe was involved in the colourists movement and this origin is evident in the painters style. Their use of colour and brushwork is also contrasting. However, although Peploe and Cezanne had different aims they both created very expressive works of arts with interesting and bold compositions and original use of media."
"In conclusion, I sympathize with the character of George because he knows clearly what he is going through but has no power to fight back, and the real burden Lenned gives him plus his willingness to take on this burden, and of course his shooting to Lennie. His tragic ending makes Of Mice and Men better than other novels with similar themes."
"In Conclusion, the two Renaissances of Italy and of Northern Europe both sprung out from the ruins of the period of transition known as the Middle Ages, but differed in timing, literature and art because of the different mentalities and heritages of the two areas. Although Italian Humanist authors were Christians, they didn't feel they needed to prove their religious beliefs in their writings but instead set out to rediscover the classical authors to learn their philosophies and better the knowledge of their world. In the north instead, where the Christian religion had arrived later than in Italy, Northern Humanists such as More and Erasmus wished to deepen their knowledge and understanding of their faith by reading old Christian scripts. Thus, the focus shifted to Christianity rather than Classicism. In painting, although the themes differed greatly, both emphasized man, and his individualism. While in Italy, religious themes, and ancient myths blended, to be represented by human, natural and frequently naked figures, in the north, man, was shown in his everyday settings. Yet, although differences do exist between the two movements, both gave a new cultural birth to Europe after the Middle Ages, shifted the focus from God to man, and paved the way for the great changes of the following centuries."
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