Category Archives: IB work

Exam coming up soon :)

I have an exam next week to conclude my two years of IB Art. I’ll have to explain what my work consisted of, what my main themes were, and which artists inspired me the most. So far I’ve put everything … Continue reading

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Update on the Mega Painting- Still a Work-in-progress

So here are some photos of what I’ve done since my last update. The former squares in the background ended up looking too ‘flat’ to me and did not convey the tension I had hoped to achieve,  so I painted over them to create … Continue reading

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Update

Haven’t posted in a while…:S  Here’s what I’ve done so far on the mega-painting. My intention here was to illustrate the conflict between industrialism-what is man-made and the natural/organic/flaura-and-fauna world. The grey geometric shapes in the background represent man-made stuff (abstractly), … Continue reading

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Work in Progress

I just made a huuuge canvas for my next piece. It is slightly concave (height 180cm, length 200 and width 170): (With Ben for scale)  Originally, I was going to cover it in trees like I had done in ‘Blue’, … Continue reading

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Blue

This is the latest piece that I have done for my IB diploma art class. I kept to my theme of trees and landscape, and used a new technique that I have been experimenting with recently: it consists of thickly … Continue reading

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Fox Life

This is the 3rd major project I have been working on in class. The general theme that I chose was ‘faces’, and more particularly, what meanings or emotions a face can hide. In this case, smaller foxes were drawn into … Continue reading

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Intaglio Elephants

Part of the printing workshop was the intaglio process. It’s different from the regular lino printing because what you engrave or ‘carve out’ is what will be printed. I think I liked this technique better: it was more direct, closer … Continue reading

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