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A03 and A03 – Compositions for final outcome

You are now at the point where you need to bring all your ideas and artists together to come up with a final outcome.

Creating compositions is very important part of the developmental process when it comes to your work – it helps you and the marker understand where your work has got to and how you have summarised your theme.

Just coming up with a page of compositions and then creating a small mock piece to show your experimentation techniques will help you gain the marks you need in order to achieve the grade you want .

Take a look at the example below – if you work this way, there will be no problems!!

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Fantastic example of composition development. There is enough annotation to explain what their thought process is. Also, the drawing is of high quality – this still counts if you are creating small compositions.

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This a final outcome. The two images below show the process with how the student came up with the final composition, along with colour combinations which reflected their theme of Natural Forms

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A01 Develop – Artist Research Example Pt2

Consider the presentation of your artist research pages.  There is no need to spend ages on backgrounds and decoration.  You can use a simple wash, ink splats, interesting text or think about the general layout of your images and studies on the page.

STARTING POINT: Canine

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A01 Develop – Artist Research Example Pt1

Here is an example of a few artist research pages for you to have a look at when completing your own work.

Key thing is to annotate – you do not need to write reems of information about the artist; condense it.  We are interested in your thoughts and how it relates to your starting point.

Visit the Archives and re-read the Annotate and Artist Research pages uploaded for you.  Also, keep looking at your GCSE booklet to guide you were given at the start of the term.

SET TASK STARTING POINT: Nightime

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People Blocks

Andy Rementer is a an artist from America.  He creates colourful and playful pieces of artwork based on everyday events.  He has quite an impressive list of clients such as The New York Times, MTV and Warner Bros.

The artist uses a variety of materials to create his work ranging from ink, gouache, digital to his latest work where he has used wood.  His latest series, People Blocks has seen him change his illustrations in to 3D – they are interchangable where different body parts can be placed on top of one another.

Check out his website for further inspiration www.andyrementer.com/

Keywords: fragments, human, shape, broken, abstract, fun, weave, pattern.

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Judgemeadow Pinterest Page

Don’t forget about the Judge Pinterest Page.  If you haven’t already signed up and followed the page make sure you do it as soon as possible – we will be regulary updating the Set Task Boards with images and artists’ which will hopefully help you develop your chosen starting point.

If you don’t want to sign up to Pinterest, you can still look at the Judgemeadow page on the Pinterest website.  Click here for the link.

I will also upload the PDF’s of the Set Task starting points from Pinterest soon.

Happy Pinning!
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