Now that the GCSE and A-level projects are underway, the variety of ideas and Starting Points continue to expand and diversify. Take a look at these examples which came in yesterday. All the Art staff agree that it is great to see you using the camera as a creative tool in order too generate expressive and personal compositions.
It is impossible to name everyone - sorry if you have been left out - but well done to 'Hughesey', Chris Wiseall, Kirsty Grant, Sam Thacker, Annie Dowell, Adam's girlfriend (?), Saffron and Joe in Shippo's group. Nice one.
P.S. Take a look at Grant Cooke's 'Request' from the previous blog - can you help? Cheers.
On behalf of staff members: Mrs Johnson, Mrs Callcut, Miss Bailey, Mrs Shipley, Mr Haggett, Mr Lewin, Miss Bailey and Mrs Jones....
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