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At the beginning of term I started a project titled multicultural art- this has been studying art from around the world. To start the project I completed many observational drawing of artefacts.

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At the beginning of term I started a project titled multicultural art- this has been studying art from around the world. To start the project I completed many observational drawing of artefacts. In lessons I produced a detailed drawing of a Chinese dragon in which I applied detail and used tone accurately. As part of my research all year ten pupils on the art course went a school trip to Oxford to visit two museums these were: the Ashmoleon museum and the Pitt rivers museum. By going to these museums it helped me to get a better understanding of styles used in art. While at the museums I paid great attention to Japanese and Chinese art. ...read more.

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Books were also useful and provided me with many images and descriptions. I also went to a Chinese shop, here I brought items and used them in my research. On the school trip to the museums I took many pictures using a camera and brought postcards to show more about multicultural art. I have also researched into Chinese artists and the techniques that they use also the art work that they have produced themselves. I have looked at two artists in detail they are: Tan Oe Pang and Gu Kaizhi. I was pleased with the work that I had produced as I added as much information as possible and added images to show their own work. I have learnt many new skills during this project and I have experimented with batiks. ...read more.

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or maybe completing a title. All of these make the grade that I received lower than I would get if I had completed these tasks. Most of my homework is in on time but there have been many occasions where I have had to take it in the next day after it was due in. The reason for this is because my art takes me a long time to complete. I also find it hard to start a piece of work as I may not be able to transfer my ideas onto paper and then I don't leave my self enough time to complete the task. So my main targets for the second half of the term are to work a bit faster and leave enough time to complete my work and to make sure that all of my art work gets finished. ...read more.

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