Material Practice, Form Follows Feeling.
Observational Drawing, Form Follows Feeling.
"Nostalgia" Maquette, Forms Follow Feeling.
Jewellery Maquettes, Complimentary Objects.
Bracelet Process Worksheet, Complimentary Objects.
Life Drawing-Stick and Ink.
I believe that the work I have submitted shows of a range of styles of art and medium. It shows that I like to experiment and am willing to try new ways of drawing. The pieces I have chosen demonstrate numerous stages in a design process, such as initial ideas, maquettes, development and final outcomes. I have used a variety of materials including cardboard, charcoal, clay, ink, wire and newspaper, creating different manners of art and exploring different artist’s work. By taking what I have learnt into consideration, I feel I have created a blog that portrays a suitable diversity of work.
Since attending Liverpool Community College, I have gained new skills, such as pot-spinning and Life Drawing, as well as developing on the skills I already had, for example instead of drawing just on paper, I am now able to use Google Sketch-Up. By furthering my education, I hope to expand my artistic skills even further, specialising in Interior Design. I have always wanted to be an Interior Designer as I have always loved the design process, after seeing my family design their entire house, inside and out and from seeing their design become a reality, I knew it was what I wanted to do also.
I love to make and design objects, and I’m drawing all the time. I am hard working, committed and very passionate about Interior Design and enthusiastic about the prospect of attending university to study this course.