"The level 3 year 1 Art and Design have been a joy to teach this year. They have risen to challenges and pushed their creative boundaries. I am proud of the way they have responded to the constraints of the recent pandemic. The students have been able to develop their own individual directions. I can’t wait to see how their creativity will further develop in the second year of the course."
Rachel Addis: Tutor
For my Final project I have created tattoo designs inspired Asian culture and artifacts. As my work has developed I have created an eclectic mix of tattoo designs as well as hand painted pieces on figures. I have alsoexperimented with photography and drawing techniques.
I have created an illustrated book of makeup. Teenagers today are obsessed by make up and I wanted create an illustrated book that was accessible to everyone to understand.
I love expressionism ! For my final outcomes I have created fantasy based figures inspired by emotions and stories of the pandemic.
During the final project I have created portraits that aim to portray inner feelings and emotions. I was inspired by Fauvism and Expressionism.
I love illustration and have an extensive cacti collection . For my final project I have created botanical illustrations of plants that often get dismissed and grow in unusual places.
I am obsessed with pattern and colour. Foe my Final project I have developed a series of pattern designs inspired by the objects around me in my lockdown surroundings.
For my final project I have experimented illustration technique and styles.
For my Final project I chose to develop my own Coat of arms. As Lockdown evolved the direction of my project changed and I have concentrated on developing pieces that represent the saviours of the pandemic.
For my final project I have created inspired by mortality. I investigated the life cycle and decayed objects.
My work is based on my toy collection. For my final project I have morphed my toys together to create new characters.
My final project was based on birds . I am fascinated by them and wanted to create a narrative to the illustrations I created of them.
An exploration of the process of aging and change, which none of us expect and none of us can escape.
Work created a response to the changes in the Wythenshawe community over the last 50 years.
Zippers and The Knife, Fork and Spoon
This work attempts to reflect both fragility and impermanence