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A-Level and GCSE Art Show 2020

Maazin Fazil, A-Level

Maazin Fazil – Croco vs Hunter

Maazin Fazil – Kebab Shop


Dhanesh Jegatheesan, A-Level

Dhanesh Jegatheesan – Coronavirus

Dhanesh Jegatheesan – untitled

Dhanesh Jegatheesan – untitled


Abbas Abedi, GCSE

“The thing I love most about art is that is allows you to express yourself in a creative way. By using pencils or paint I can show the world my mood, emotion or belief at that moment. The feeling of creating something good is beyond explanation. Looking back on the artwork I’ve completed is a great way to build self-esteem. It gives me a strong sense of accomplishment.”

Abbas Abedi – untitled

Abbas Abedi – untitled

Abbas Abedi – untitled


Aman Hoque, GCSE

Aman Hoque – untitled

Aman Hoque – untitled

Aman Hoque – untitled

Aman Hoque – untitled


Ayman Hirji, GCSE

“I really enjoy Art as for me it allows me to take my mind of studying and helps me relieve myself from all the other stress. I enjoy how I am able to be free and create whatever piece I want on a plain piece of paper and turn it into a piece of art.”

Ayman Hirji – untitled

Ayman Hirji – untitled

Ayman Hirji – untitled


David Pruteanu, GCSE

“Throughout the GCSE Art course, we have had a rollercoaster of an adventure through highs and lows. We have created an array of pieces which highlight our capability as artists. Here I have my final piece, some strong studies and works in progress from my final book. I have had the chance to use such a wide variety of media and been able to use so many different newly acquired skills to create such pieces throughout the course. It’s a shame that I won’t be taking Art further in my education, but I will always come back to it as a hobby. Some of my best pieces have been created in biro but learning how to use oil paints, etching prints and charcoal broadened my capability as an artist and I can’t wait to keep evolving as one.”

David Pruteanu – untitled

David Pruteanu – untitled

David Pruteanu – untitled

David Pruteanu – untitled


David Self, GCSE

“I have really enjoyed Art this year, because I have been able to try different media that I hadn’t used prior to Year 11, such as screen printing and oil painting. My favourite book was arrangements because I liked looking at animals and surrealism. I am very proud of what I have done this year and how my skills have developed as an artist especially the oil painting of my cat Oreo because of all the detail I was able to capture in the fur and the face.”

David Self – untitled


Kai Waldron , GCSE

“This year was an enjoyable experience doing art. I found new strengths from experimenting all the different media and how they can combine to make great pieces of art. By far my preferred media is biro and ballpoint pen. I found that it improved my heavy strokes and rough textured style to a smoother and cleaner overall piece. Here are some of my favourite studies I done in my most recent book. I like each of them for their differences and yet also their similarity.”

Kai Waldron – self-portrait

Kai Waldron – untitled

Kai Waldron – untitled


Max Wilkinson, GCSE

“These three pieces include the first etching that I ever did. I really enjoyed the process and liked the outcome of the detail in the hair. Also, houses in the style of Andy Warhol that have been drawn into different colours and Chiswick High Street, drawn using a pen to show the detail and tone.”

Max Wilkinson – self-portrait

Max Wilkinson – Houses in the style of Andy Warhol

 

Max Wilkinson – Chiswick High Street


Musa Chisty, GCSE

“This is an etching of me. I love Art. It is really fun and cool, and I want to do more! I really like how my piece turned out.”

Musa Chisty – self-portrait


Odin Verden 11TM

“The first is an artist’s study of an autumn sunrise using spray paint. The colours make the painting warm and I like the contrast of the red and slightly aqua waterfall. I think the waterfall and the birds add movement to the painting. The sun beams add a lot of light to it. I was learning to spray paint water and it turned out well.

The second spray painting means a lot to me because it is a painting of my recently deceased grandfather. I was inspired by Banksy to create a significantly detailed stencil and I chose to do one of his face. I also made one for my grandmother as a gift. I used a small knife to cut out a stencil and black spray paint to make the finished product.

The third is another study of when I was trying to spray paint water but I think what stands out the most Is the gradient of the sky. The orange to purple worked really well. The planets look really 3D with the use of black and white for shading. I enjoy getting the different textures on the planets, water and rocks. Space interests me so the stars are my favourite part when painting something like this.”

Odin Verden – study

Odin Verden – study

Odin Verden – Grandfather


Sebastian Tsang, GCSE

Sebastian Tsang – The figure and fragmentation 1

Sebastian Tsang – The figure and fragmentation 2


Tony Tan, GCSE

Tony Tan – untitled

Tony Tan – untitled

Tony Tan – untitled

 


Yasseen Hassan, GCSE

“Over the past couple years, I have learnt and developed many skills in using different media in art – especially with oil paints which I used for the first time in Year 10. Though I initially stuck to doing pencil drawings only, the past two years at school have definitely helped me expand my use of media and techniques that I am now confident in using, and combine it with my personal interests in the work I produce.”

Yasseen Hassan -The Fall of Constantinople

Yasseen Hassan – fruit

Yasseen Hassan – Pietà


Marco Afnan, GCSE

Marco Afnan – untitled

Marco Afnan – untitled


Varun Theebaraj, GCSE

Varun Theebaraj – untitled

Varun Theebaraj – untitled


Sunny Lee, GCSE

Sunny Lee – untitled

Sunny Lee – untitled

Sunny Lee – untitled