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Sumnima, Exhibition HL 5 August 2017

This HL Exhibition work presents an interesting and different example of a student who was not a naturally technically adept artist when she first started the course and did not have previous art experience... more

Sophie, Exhibition HLfree5 August 2017

Another exceptional student, Sophie has made a sophisticated body of work around the concept of the feminine, exploring this topic well beyond conventional stereotypes. She also considers the exhibition... more

Sumnima, Process Portfolio HL5 August 2017

She clearly shows the development of her skills and techniques (A) and includes pages of critical investigation (B) that make relevant connections with other artists who influenced her thinking and making... more

Sara G, Process Portfolio, HL5 August 2017

This is a good example of how a student was able to use her scanned journal pages even where the writing wasn't very legible, and then simply add text to clarify the content. This way she is able to keep... more

Christian, Process Portfolio SL5 August 2017

This Standard Level student received a mark of 32 (7) for his Process Portfolio. He explores identity through a range of media, techniques and different conceptual approaches. You can view a selection... more

Zeid, CS HL5 August 2017

This student contacted me himself and asked if I would like to publish his work on this site. I am impressed with his initiative and the quality of his work and would like to share his CS on "women's... more

Talia CS, SL5 August 2017

SL student Talia wrote her Comparative Study on three artworks by three artists:Diego VelazquezMax BeckmannGregory CrewdsonShe chose to take a thematic approach and explore family relationships in the... more

Alberte, CS HL5 August 2017

In this excellent comparative study Alberte focuses on movement in art, primarily investigating the work of Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, comparing his installation Riverbed 2014, and Your Embodied Garden... more

Painting 29 July 2017

or sometimes far worse!"An empty canvas, apparently really empty, that says nothing and is without significance. Almost dull, in fact. In reality, however, [it's] crammed with thousands of undertone tensions... more

Photography29 July 2017

The word photography derives from the Greek words phōs (genitive: phōtós) light, and gráphein, to write.What a beautiful, poetic description of the process of recording an image with light, lest... more