AS Art at Beaumont
We currently run the EDEXCEL UNENDORSED ART,
CRAFT AND DESIGN course. This allows you the
freedom to explore different are...
Throughout year 12 you will be introduced to the
different art disciplines through a series of
workshops. You will be set ...
The Year Ahead ...
You will have one project broken down into a series of workshops. Each area will
have a body of work in...
Getting a good grade is only possible by covering all of the marking
criteria. You can be the most talented artist there i...
Equipment list…
Essential:
-A range of pencils
-Pens (including a biro and a fineliner)
-Coloured pencils (at least 5 diff...
What you have done over the Summer…
1. Using the title ‘Places I have been’, take and print at least 20
photographs. It is...
Your Sketchbook
Your sketchbook should be a place for being creative! You will explore ideas with sketches,
samples, exper...
Unit 1: ENVIRONMENTS
Religious
Cultural
Political
City
Mind and body
Domestic
Environmental
ENVIRONMENTS
Discuss as a group and complete a mind...
This week……
-Complete spider diagram
-Stick in photographs and
annotate
Extra marks…
-Create gallery visits pages in your ...
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  1. 1. AS Art at Beaumont
  2. 2. We currently run the EDEXCEL UNENDORSED ART, CRAFT AND DESIGN course. This allows you the freedom to explore different areas of art, such as painting, printmaking, textiles, photography, graphical communication, sculpture and contextual studies. The course encourages you to create a personal and imaginative approach. The course consists of four units over 2 years: YEAR 12: UNIT 1-COURSEWORK 60% UNIT 2-EXTERNALLY SET ASSIGNMENT 40% YEAR 13: UNIT 3-COURSEWORK (DEVELOPED FROM PERSONAL STARTING POINT) 60% UNIT 4-EXTERNALLY SET ASSIGNMENT 40% The Course ...
  3. 3. Throughout year 12 you will be introduced to the different art disciplines through a series of workshops. You will be set assignment tasks based on these workshops, all based around one theme. For each art discipline you will be expected to use your own initiative, research artists, primary images, take good quality photographs and annotate and review your work. We are here to guide you, and you are privileged to have 2 teachers that specialise in different art disciplines, but we will not do the work for you. What to Expect… ...
  4. 4. The Year Ahead ... You will have one project broken down into a series of workshops. Each area will have a body of work including recording observations, media experimentation, developing ideas and a final piece. The project will be complete by February with a final piece in a media of your choice. SEPTEMBER: DRAWING WORKSHOPS OCTOBER: PRINTMAKING WORKSHOPS NOVEMBER/DECEMBER: PAINTING WORKSHOPS DECEMBER/JANUARY: SCULPTURE WORKSHOPS JANUARY/FEBUARY: FINAL REALISATION OF YEARS WORK.
  5. 5. Getting a good grade is only possible by covering all of the marking criteria. You can be the most talented artist there is but if you do not have the sketchbook and work to back up your final pieces you will get very few marks. You must cover all of the assessment criteria above to get the marks and achieve a good grade. Marking…
  6. 6. Equipment list… Essential: -A range of pencils -Pens (including a biro and a fineliner) -Coloured pencils (at least 5 different colours) -Masking tape -A glue stick -Rubber -A 30cm ruler Preferable: -A tool box to keep materials in -Paint brushes -Scissors  
  7. 7. What you have done over the Summer… 1. Using the title ‘Places I have been’, take and print at least 20 photographs. It is up to you how you interpret this title. It may be that you are going on holiday and use this as your inspiration or it could simply be taking photographs around your home. Think carefully about your subject matter, colour and composition.   2. From your photographs create a series of A5 drawings.   3. Go to two Art exhibitions over the summer. Take photographs (if you can), collect leaflets and create drawings. These can go in your sketchbook in September.   INTRODUCTIONS AND DISSCUSSION/ CRITIQUE OF WORK COMPLETED OVER THE SUMMER….
  8. 8. Your Sketchbook Your sketchbook should be a place for being creative! You will explore ideas with sketches, samples, experiments, Artist’s work and photos relevant to your topic.   Some important things to have in your sketchbook Observational studies from real objects Your own photographs, as evidence of your primary research. Experiments with a range of different media Planning for final pieces Presentation: Don’t paint ANY pages with poster or acrylic paint – this ends up looking messy and really distracts from the artwork on the page. Do add bits of coloured paper, magazines, newspaper or use watercolour to add colour to the pages. When adding colour to a page make sure it is relevant to the topic.  
  9. 9. Unit 1: ENVIRONMENTS
  10. 10. Religious Cultural Political City Mind and body Domestic Environmental ENVIRONMENTS Discuss as a group and complete a mind map…
  11. 11. This week…… -Complete spider diagram -Stick in photographs and annotate Extra marks… -Create gallery visits pages in your sketchbook -Create an Artist inspiration page Beaumont Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/beaumontart/ Beaumont Blog: http://artatbeaumontschool.blogspot.co.uk Deadline: 10th September

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