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    Mixed media loosing up henry moore Mixed media loosing up henry moore Presentation Transcript

    • GCSE to AS
    • Students trying to explore different ways of working using unusual materials/ increasing the scale of their work “Out of the comfort zone” This should apply to all subjects at A level where a different mindset is needed as compared to GCSE
    • Carmela Rosato
    • Carmela Rosato
    • Carmela Rosato before and after
    • Marco Bondi
    • Marco bondi before
    • Maddie Regan
    • Maddie Regan before/after
    • Gino Marks
    • Gino Marks before/after
    • Paige Cronin
    • Paige Cronin before/after
    • Paige Cronin
    • Liam Chong
    • Liam Chong
    • Liam Chong before and after
    • Paul Rattigan
    • Paul Rattigan before/after
    • Niall Coleman
    • Niall Coleman before/after
    • Jay Kukoyi
    • Jay Kukoyi before and after
    • Jay Kukoyi
    • Jack Bourke loosing up his style
    • Jack Bourke before and after
    • Euan before and after
    • Lucien Freud before and after
    • Mr Noronha before and after
    • Henry Moore We started off with an introduction to Henry Moore and some of his drawings. Introducing to the idea that many of Moore’s sculptures were large in scale, and that he was interested in mass, volume, material and gravity. We talked about how you could see these interests in his drawings – how the contour marks he made helped describe volume and mass and how you can sense the weight of the objects, and the effects of gravity pulling the objects towards the earth. I showed the children how Moore’s special “contour” lines convey the form of the object by drawing lines with a felt pen on a potato
    • LARGE SCALE CONTOUR LINES
    • Henry Moore contour lines
    • Henry Moore markmaking
    • Drawings of Moore
    • Henry Moore Markmaking
    • Mark making Henry Moore
    • Henry Moore –using white marks on dark background.