John Piper made artwork very often inspired by landscapes. He used a range of processes to make his expressive and energetic landscapes, often exaggerating the formal qualities of line, texture and colour. He also painted, printed, illustrated books and made stained glass windows! Piper loved looking at British landscapes and often used these as inspiration […]Read more "John Piper"
Claude Monet is possibly one of the most famous French artists in the world. Known not just for his fantastic landscape paintings, but because of his unique interpretation of landscapes and the natural world around him. Monet is a unique landscape artist because he did not just try to paint landscapes as he could see […]Read more "Claude Monet"
Frida Kahlo is one of the most well-known portrait artists in the world. Kahlo was born in Mexico and painted a huge array of portraits, self portraits and artworks inspired by nature. In her portrait paintings, Kahlo loved to reference her Mexican heritage, often including objects related to popular culture at the time. She merged […]Read more "Frida Kahlo"
For my Landscape and Mark Making project at KS4, I am asking pupils to create landscapes from memory. We have been exploring mark making, tone and how artists create movement or atmosphere. We are about to move onto creating our own landscapes from memory using the techniques we’ve looked at. I have been looking for […]Read more "Jennilie Brewster"
I am looking for contemporary artists to show my Y10 pupils alongside traditional artists such as Van Gogh and Georges Seurat. Our project is looking at mark making and landscapes so the artwork by Gordon Cheung is appropriate. I have been talking to pupils about creating landscapes from memory or creating areas which are imaginary, […]Read more "Gordon Cheung"
I was looking for an artist inspired by food and came across Jerry Wilkerson, a modern pointillist artist! I am using this food artist as inspiration to use in my KS4 art project exploring mark making. Although we are working on landscapes, the techniques are still relevant. It was good to be able to discuss […]Read more "Jerry Wilkerson"
I used Cy Twombly as an artist link in my first lesson on exploring mark-making with my Year 10 Art & Design class.Read more "Cy Twombly"
Continuous line drawings by Claude Heath.Read more "Claude Heath"