We would like to introduce our students and readers to our brand new Facebook page. We would love students input! Come over and ‘like’ our page and if you would like your artwork in our galleries on there, just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with your artwork, course and student number and we will post it for you Continue Reading
I contacted Joanne yesterday after seeing a piece of artwork that she had recently completed and submitted for the Drawing and Painting Diploma course. I really loved what she had created and wanted to add it to the college news blog. I emailed Joanne to ask if she could write something about it and she replied with such a wonderful email, Continue Reading
Congratulations to Melaine D’Cruze who entered and won a competition for a Photo and Drawing Contest 2012 on “What is a good early childhood?” in association with UNESCO Bangkok, Asia-Pacific Regional Network for Early Childhood (ARNEC). We would like to congratulate Melaine on her competition win and wish her all the best with her studies on our Children’s Illustration Diploma and her future Continue Reading
A coloured pencil students wonderful piece of artwork to cheer us up and remind us all of happy sunny summer days! This students is studying on the coloured pencil course with Julie Douglas and has produced a fabulous piece here in his chosen medium.
We have received an email from the Association of Illustrators, our children’s illustrators might be interested. ——————————————————– Illustration and the Children’s Book Industry: Secrets to Success Saturday 23 June, 10.00-17.30 Toynbee Studios Theatre, Arts Admin Lecture Theatre, 28 Commercial Street, London, E1 6AB This one-day event aims to provide artists with all the essential information needed for working in the field of Continue Reading
I have been given a lovely piece of artwork by Maggy Roberts, to add to the college blog. It has been created by one of her students on the Illustrating Children’s Book Diploma. It is from the Firey Fred exercise and this students use of watercolour and bright colours tells the story beautifully! Well done to this student!
I recently asked one of my students if it would be ok to post her colour wheel drawing on our college blog. I felt that it was not only fantastically drawn but it fits the colour wheel concept so well. Carols rendering of the piece is perfect and she gets full marks for this! I hope you enjoy viewing Continue Reading
We have recived an email with the following information about the Oldie british Artist Award…if any of you enter and win, let us know! ———————————————————- The Oldie British Artists Award – to recognise the achievements of British Artists over the age of 60 Read more at our website – http://theoldie.co.uk/OBAs Richard Ingrams says: ‘We are all familiar with rooms full Continue Reading