Two wonderful illustrations today from student Agathe Talbot Morisse. The first painting below is a mural in acrylic created by Agathe in the waiting room of the children’s ward at the Kings College Hospital for the Christmas season. The children were delighted as you can imagine! The second illustration is a Christmas card Agathe made Continue Reading
A superb image today by Dylan F Jeskye who has painted a red squirrel peering around the tree, hopefully looking to spot Santa on his way! The month is flying by and we hope you are enjoying our advent calendar so far. If you have an image you would like included please drop us a Continue Reading
We have two beautiful drawings and paintings today by student Katherine Peverelle. The first Christmas piece below was with Africa in mind. Katherine created it using coloured pencil with touches of silver pen. The second watercolour is of a dog with a Christmas hat. Absolutely adore the warm, rich colour scheme – simply beautiful. Well done Katherine!
Todays Advent is by student Rebekka Volgmann… “Christmas …. time for love, charity, peace, family and friends. I have chosen the ananas to show how easy a simple thing can be interpreted in two different ways. Or every story has two sides. We should never forget in our daily live that everybody might have a Continue Reading
What an amazing drawing for our advent calendar today! The pastel drawing “Christmas Flower” was created by student Mila Zinzen and we are thrilled to showcase it on our blog. Mila said “I was carried away while drawing the shadows on the plate and they turned out to be kind of mystic 🙂 Christmas Magic Continue Reading
We would like our students to take part in our Big Christmas challenge Advent Calendar. It is very simple. Find something along a Christmas theme to paint or draw for us to post on the blog this month. Send as many submissions as you like during the month of December and we will post a Continue Reading
We are speechless! WOW! What an incredible amount of entries for this weeks Art Challenge. It was based on the brief of Exotic birds and we found the students a few copyright free photos to get started. Alternatively they could find their own or use their inspiration to make their own creations. There are so Continue Reading
The coloured pencil course allows students to learn how to create deep tones in their first assignments by comparing and contrasting still life studies in both mediums. Alison Davies completed the mug and spoon exercise beautifully and has understood how to layer coloured pencil to create the tones required on the mug and coaster. The Continue Reading