This is one of my favourite learn to draw pieces that I have seen for a while. The student has used a wonderful array of tones to depict these objects, its all about creating a dramatic effect using light and shade and I feel this student has done well in her quest. I hope that Continue Reading
These are a fascinating set of illustrations from a student who is currently studying the sci-fi and fantasy course. The illustrations show almost a step by step in how this student used a combination of traditional and digital media to create a through provoking and illustrative piece.
We have two new student success stories on our website, you might like to have a read of them for inspiration. Michelle Oak, who is currently on the Graphic Design course scored a fantastic commission to create a logo for a bathrooms company. Read Michelles Story here. I have also recently caught up with Geraldine Continue Reading
Calling All London Art College Students! Student of the Year is closing August 31st 2010. Please Send us your piece for the competition! You can read more about it on our Student of the Year 2010 webpage and you can submit your work to email@example.com
The London Art College website now has a section within the Student Area for students to write and illustrate their own tutorials to help other students. Our first contributor is a Graphic Design student, Hana Tesar, who has shown how she created her CV piece, which is extremely interesting. Why not check it out – Continue Reading
As you may have noticed the college website has undergone some changes and updates this week. We hope that you enjoy looking around our site, finding the new things we have added and tweaked! We feel it is much easier to navigate and hopefully a joy to view all of the student artwork and available Continue Reading
This one caught our graphic design tutors eye when she assessed it and so sent it to us to post on the college news blog and also to add in the student gallery. I love the texture of the background and think it works well for the subject of the poster.
This is a very colourful and well drawn design for the rhyme ‘Sing a Song of Sixpence’. The artwork has been very carefully rendered in coloured pencil and with digital work on top for the background and text. All in all a very strong and excellent design.
Shoes, boots and trainers are a fantastic subject to drawn for students of any age. This one has been draw by one of our Young Artists and they has done a superb job here in coloured pencil.
This is a piece of work that has arrived for assessment from a student studying the coloured pencil certificate course. Our tutor Julie Douglas sent it over for us to put it on the college website gallery and blog. This is a fantastic study of a tree which i hope will inspire students!
This is a piece from a student who is currently studying the Oils Course with us and as you can see below in one of this students latest pieces, their use of colour and texture is magnificent.
This is a wonderful piece from an 8 year old young artist who is currently on the young Artists Course 1. I was delighted when I saw this, the experimentation of colour, texture and line is fantastic. I’m looking forward to seeing more from this student.
Students are welcome to submitt at our Open submission at One Church Street Gallery. www.onechurchstreet.com in the nationwide event called ‘The Big Draw’. Professor Rod Bugg( ex -Dean of Central St Martins ,Head of Wimbledon College) and Polly Binns, (Research Professor working at Norwich University) and myself, Lyndsey Keeling, Curator and Director of One Church Street Continue Reading