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  • 1. Art to complete over Easter … You then need to decide on what materials you want to you use to create your final piece. Is it going to be a painting, drawing, collage, print, sculpture.. etc? You will need to tell Miss May/Miss Findlay straight after Easter so equipment can be ordered. Over Easter you MUST make sure you have completed all the work already set. You have just under two week before your exam after Easter!!!
  • 2. Create an Artist board that relates to your chosen media
  • 3. Make sure you have plenty of observational drawings and photographs
  • 4. If you can go to an Art Exhibition.... create a board on the exhibition Look on The Beaumont Blog for current exhibitions on and the Time Out website. Stick on leaflets, do sketches, takes photographs for this board. This will show you are working independently on your project and will gain you further marks
  • 5. Begin think about your final piece. You need to have tested out materials and ideas before you go into the exam. We will be working on this after Easter. It would however be a good idea to make a start before. This may mean creating a small canvas painting, trying out different colour schemes, creating a small sculpture. To get ahead and gain further marks create an ideas board that explores your final idea. Like the ones on the next few slides. Planning ahead
  • 6. Colours, Backgrounds and images for final piece
  • 7. Different outcomes for final piece
  • 8. Final Piece Techniques