With the messiness of assessment this year and teacher assessed grades happening for the second year in a row, I thought it would be useful to share some Grade 9 Art project examples. I usually have students work on design sheets so these are photographs of all the design sheets and any final pieces the […]Read more "Grade 9 GCSE Art Examples"
My GCSE Art students have been working on an art project titled The Blue Planet. Inspired by issues brought up in the BBC Blue Planet series, the art students have started collecting images, materials and photographs related to the project, and they have mind-mapped their initial ideas. This post shares some of their first drawings […]Read more "GCSE Art Scheme of Work: The Blue Planet"
The aim of this GCSE art project was for students to explore a range of painted mark making techniques, then choose the most suitable to develop into their landscape ideas. The full scheme of work for this GCSE Art Landscape & Mark-Making Project is available here. The outcomes were painted, printed and collaged landscapes, focusing […]Read more "GCSE Art Scheme of Work: Landscape & Mark Making"
I have previously posted a series of lessons explaining how students have studied various ways of making marks. This is part of a landscape scheme of work, where students will create a landscape based on their memories. This was a GCSE art and design scheme of work, and you can find the other lessons for […]Read more "KS4 Art & Design: Mark Making [Lesson 6]"
As part of the GCSE Art course I am teaching, my Y10 class have already explored a range of mark-making techniques to use on their landscape project. Whilst still mark-making, I have filed Impasto under ‘creating texture’ as the aim of this lesson was to show students how thick, heavy, tactile surfaces are just as important […]Read more "Creating Texture with Acrylic Paint [Impasto]"
After our introduction to mark-making using watercolours, we moved on to looking at Pointillism as a technique. I introduced new artists to look at, then set out the objectives. I chose three artists as a reference and included some keywords for pupils to focus on when choosing images to print out, asking pupils to print […]Read more "KS4 Art & Design: Mark Making [Lesson 3]"