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Art: Figurative Forms View details

This course will enable the learner to learn basic art techniques and to combine this with modelling figurative forms to express issues in today's society

Art: Line and Wash View details

This course will enable the learner to learn basic art techniques and combine this with the use of reed pens,ink and watercolour wash to create interesting and exciting artworks which reflects issues in today's society

Art: Practice + Presentation View details

this lively course will enable you to make innovative artworks and to display, contextualise and promote them with confidence!

Art: The Changing Face View details

This course will enable the learner to learn basic art techniques and experiment with abstract processes (use stencil, tape) and a wide range of media to create artwork which reflects issues in today's society

Artists at Great Bardfield: an Essex avant-garde View details

Edward Bawden, Eric Ravilious, John Aldridge and Chloe Cheese were some among a large, loosely knit artistic community focused on Great Bardfield and nearby villages. These artists worked as painters, print-makers, ceramic and fabric designers, eschewing the traditional divisions between art and craft. They used bold forms and clear bright colours in paintings of both the local countryside and further afield: they were a true Essex avant-garde. This course focuses closely on some fascinating artworks, sets art and artists into their wider artistic contexts and follows the historical trajectory from the mid 1920s to a second generation in the late 20c.

Artists' Colonies of the 19th and 20th Centuries View details

This course will look at the various artist communities that evolved across Europe in the late 19th and early 20th centuries; from Concarneau and Pont Aven in Brittany to Skagen in Denmark to Newlyn in England. We will evaluate the outstanding paintings produced by artists ranging from Gauguin to Laura Knight, and consider the impact these essentially rural colonies had on early modern art.

Art-Practical Drawing and Painting View details

The course begins with observational drawing, throughout the course we will consider a selection of themes and engage in a variety of drawing & painting processes. Students can use their own mediums of choice and are encouraged to use any materials they already have in order to keep costs down.

Arts & Crafts D&H View details

This term we will be doing three main projects. They are as follows: Our Earth, Our Environment Our solar system Healthy summer eating

Arts & Crafts: Reflecting City Life View details

Students will use a variety of art and craft materials to create individual batik, collage, print , painting artworks, reflecting the city life theme.

Arts and Crafts View details

I will work with students to improve confidence in their ability to develop artistic skills and creativity. Learning the skills and techniques of many crafts by watching and following step by step demonstrations, with one to one help and guidance you will make unique dimensional projects, learning how to use a multitude of skills and resources, to include making a template, stamping and embossing, decoupage, parchment craft, painting and colouring techniques, glass painting, mixed media, sewing, and mosaics. We will explore and try crafts of your choice to meet your individual needs and expectations during the course. This is a fun course for everyone from the complete beginner to those wanting to improve their craft skills. No prior knowledge is needed just a desire to learn and develop your skills and creativity, gain confidence meet new friends have fun and make something wonderful.

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