London International Creative Competition 2011 is accepting entries. We celebrate your creativity however you like to express it. LICC invites all visual artists to submit their creative work for inclusion in the LONDON CREATIVE AWARDS. The artwork is juried by a board of internationally esteemed artists, writers, curators, gallery owners and other luminaries of the visual arts. There Continue Reading
We have received this email and felt it was appropriate to post on our blog. If any of our students submit please let us know and we will display your artwork here too. ———————————————————– An art exhibition with a difference Capture Cure 2011 is an art exhibition and auction that aims to raise money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer. And Continue Reading
New LAC Course – Understanding 20th and 21st Century Art I just completed writing a new LAC course for art history (and other students?) looking at modern and contemporary art – art from the 20th and 21st. century. Compared to writing a general art history course that deals with over 5,000 years of art production Continue Reading
Bill Muldowney contacted me a few days ago to let me know that he had been short-listed in the Wildlife Artist Of The Year competition and so I asked Bill if he would write a piece of our student news blog. I am thrilled to have had Bill as a student and I know that he is going to be very successful with his artwork. Have a Continue Reading
We have had a lovely email from one of our students letting us know that they won the recent competition we profiled here on the London Art College news blog recently. Louise Broome, who studied the Children’s illustration course, won the Meisha EP Competition. If you would like to visit the Meisha website and view Louises’ album art you can visit their site here – http://www.meisha.co.uk/ Louise Continue Reading
An opportunity for one of our Children’s Illustration Students…. —————————————————– In summary, my eldest daughter – herself only 12 – has written a series of short rhyming stories ostensibly to entertain her younger sister and cousins. These stories are genuinely entertaining – I am not an over-indulgent parent!- and feature as their main characters 3 sibling monkeys. The aim Continue Reading
Maggy Roberts contacted me today with this lovely piece of illustration work form one of her students to be added to the blog and gallery. There are so many vibrant colours and strong tones here, this is a superb illustration for children. I hope you find it inspiring!