Fine Art


ALBINA AHMETAJ

‘Encounter’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)

Statement

In this project I worked on, COVID 19, mental health and Conspiracy theories, it’s a big topic and scary topic to talk about, but it really intrigued me to understand and learn about it further in depth. As you can see the hand gel, the money, the models, and the illuminati symbol all combined, to show a massive confirmation of how the pandemic is affecting worldwide, like the economy, education, health etc. Using people my age, helps the younger generation to wake up to reality and see what the world can become. As you can see a lot of light work has been used to create these images this is because light helps me to illuminate the certain moods I want to convey. Conspiracy theory work has helped me create my own conspiracy theory towards this theme, as I think, we still need to research more into the human body, as many peoples mind work differently. What if this a warning to us to wake up to reality? What if this is revenge? Was this on purpose? What message is the world trying to tell us? I want the audience to question the meaning of this serious matter. But, I also added a positive outcome to this piece, by adding a message “we may encounter many defeats, but we must not be defeated.” This shows that it doesn’t matter how many negative experiences we are dealt we must unite, stay strong and work together because nothing will defeat us as long we work together.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Higher National Diploma in Art & Design 


ISABELLE GOYMER

‘The Effects of Abuse’

Progressed from

Haileybury Turnford School — GCSE

Statement

I based my project around Domestic Violence and harassment. I wanted to show the confusion, danger and fear of being in an abusive relationship and educate myself along the way. Over 1,300,000 women face violence in their relationship yearly, and there is nowhere near enough support or education around the topic. My aim throughout this project and my final pieces was to raise the awareness and open people’s eyes to domestic violence.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Foundation Degree in Visual Merchandising


JESSICA HARDING

‘Encounter’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)

Statement

This project I chose to create some cryptids (basically creatures) that I took inspiration from different animals and combined them together with my friends to create a series of mix media illustrations. The Chapman Brothers art series called Exquisite corpse drawings was a great inspiration to my work.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Foundation Degree in Visual Merchandising


PAULA LELA

‘Encounter’

Progressed from

Stewards Academy — GCSE

Statement

In this project, I chose to explore the power of the different types of makeup. Going from, transforming yourself into a completely different person, by using heavy contour, to expressing your personality through it. For my final piece, I chose to look at iconic eras period looks, and specifically chose to recreate 1960s and 1970s, as I found it interesting that the overall looks of the two eras drastically changed over such short period of time.  I have not only focused on the actual makeup look, but also on mimicking the poses and hairstyles of the chosen eras.  

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Level 3 in Hairdressing and Beauty Therapy


LEAH LENNON

‘Encounter’

Progressed from

Enfield County School — GCSE

Statement

My final piece is a mixed media piece of an android using with newspaper and water colour paints. This was inspired by Pat Perry and Florian Nicolle. My piece contains newspaper articles in the background to blend in with the android’s skin. She looks like a normal looking girl except her right eye, this is to show the viewers how normal and human like androids are nowadays yet inside they are just wire’s and bolts.

Destination

University of Northampton — BA (Hons) in Illustration


Naomi Lewis

‘Chip’

Progressed from

Monks Walk School — GCSE

Statement

This is the character design for Chip one of two characters i created for my final FMP. The story of the characters is set during a time before the future where society is getting introduced to new technologies and beginning to transition into accepting new ways of living etc. More specifically it focuses on the police departments as the story is centred around two detectives; Andy who is older and used to older ways of dealing with crimes and Chip who is younger and more accepting and involved with the newer ways of dealing with crime. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — UAL Foundation Diploma in Art & Design — Level 3 & 4 


NIDA MAJAUSKAITE

‘Competition between Brands’

Progressed from

Kingsmead School — GCSE

Statement

My work was based about brands and the competition between them, through these stages I decided to come up with my own brand and produce a few products to show my comparison of logo and products compared to other brands. My final piece is a bicycle which was sticker bombed, to show that I can work on a large scale and do something different.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Foundation Degree in Graphic Design


GRACE MELTON

‘Competition between Brands’

Progressed from

Stewards Academy — GCSE

Statement

For this project I looked at surveillance and how it could be portrayed in fashion. To begin with I asked people their thoughts on surveillance and gave them scenarios and asked how they would feel? They replied with words like uncomfortable, restricted and suffocated which are not typical words you would use to describe clothes, which I found interesting.

Destination

Hertford Regional College — Foundation Degree in Graphic Design


VASIL VERGOV

‘Encounter’

Progressed from

Stewards Academy — GCSE

Statement

With my final major project, I wanted to capture how people felt during quarantine. As most people had to spend nearly 2 months alone. I wanted to use that feeling of being alone and push it to the extreme. I tried to create a depressing and bleak story, with the characters scenario being completely flipped, he was able to go outside however there was no one left on earth.

Destination

University of Hertfordshire — BA (Hons) in Illustration


AMY WALES

‘Encounter’

Progressed from

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 2 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art)

Statement

Evolving from the concept of ‘Encounter’, my work explores the idea of both hot and cold colours as well as colours coming together. I have used the concept of both hot and cold colours combing together to form a pattern, which conveys when one colour encounters another colour and that transitions to a different colour. This shows connection through an encounter and I chose to put words of the colours surrounding the background as they are reflecting those colours in the piece.

Destination

Seeking apprenticeship or employment

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