FINE ART


KIERA CAMP

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Previous education  — level of study

Statement

For this project we were given the theme Encounters to base our FMP on. I interpreted the theme in a way which shows both positive and negative encounters with animals, specifically Birds of paradise.  

I wanted to show the positive encounters using paintings of birds, undisturbed in their natural habitat. The negative encounters were portrayed through my use of feathers and single use plastics to show the damage humans are causing to the environment. 

I hope you enjoy my artwork and reconsider the way that you treat wildlife and dispose of your used items. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — HND Art and Design

ALICIA CRAMPTON 

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

The Sele School — GCSE

Statement

From the very moment I heard the word encounters I knew I wanted this work to be something to do with Warrior Cats, and with that idea I worked on it right away. In this exhibit you will see some of my artworks that I have worked on throughout the fmp, I hope you will enjoy what I have to offer through my art.

Destination

Full time work 

JOSHUA GIBSON-TRIBE

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

The Sele School — GCSE

Statement

With the theme ‘’encounter’’ I had decided to try something that I normally don’t do and tried to be more creative. I had inevitably fallen into space and war as I find them both quite interesting in a way even through one is a lot destructive than the other. 

I tried to link it to tragedies that has past via wars show by graves. 

Destination

Looking for an occupation 

ARRAN HARRIS

 ‘Hello Love’

Progressed from

The Sele School — GCSE

Statement

“Hello, Love,” titled after the way I remember greeting her, is a tribute to my late family dog, Flo. She was a rescue, some sort of longdog-type mutt, and spent four years with us before falling ill and ultimately having to be put down in February of this year. When people adopt dogs it’s with the knowledge that they will likely outlive them. Over the course of our lifetimes, the time we spend with animals can be a relatively short encounter, but one full of so many different experiences and emotions. It is my aim to reflect this idea by showing you a glimpse of the many little encounters that made up the time Flo spent with my family. I hope that through my work I can show you something of who Florence was; a dog that though not particularly smart or easy to handle at times, was nonetheless dearly loved. 

Destination

Birmingham City University — BA (Hons) Design Performance: Theatre, Film and Live Events

MEGAN LIDSTONE

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

 The John Warner School — level of study

Statement

My canvas is about the encounters I have experienced, I have chosen the ones that have stuck out to me the most by being happy and memorable. My aim is to show through painting my experiences and how it now seems to me by drawing it. I portrayed my feelings by using bright colours and distortion of objects. I hope the viewer can look back at their own experiences and can think how it would look to them in a painting. I hope you find my canvas interesting and fascinating to look at and come away with a different perspective on what you have experienced and encountered. 

Destination

Looking for jobs and apprenticeships 

EMILY MARSON

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

John Warner School — level of study

Statement

My project focuses on the importance of recycling and how big of an impact it has on the world as fashion waste is one of the biggest pollutants of the plant. The piece is made from fully recycled materials as to show that it can be done and done well. I wanted to show that recycled materials can look cool and can be used in many different ways. I aimed to subvert the expectation that recycling is boring. I wanted it to be silly stylish and unique. To create a talking point, to draw attention. As recycling is a big issue, we all need to take more interest in. I hope that seeing my garment may inspire you to try new ways to recycle. That it may show you recycling doesn’t have to be uncool or dull. 

Destination

Gap Year 

CHARLIE MCCAUGHAN

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Herford Regional College  — Level 3 Animation

Statement

We were given the theme of ‘Encounter’ for our Final Major Project and I decided to create a model of a room depicting an Alien Encounter. The word ‘Encounter’ can relate to many things, and I wanted to show different types of encounters. I included several in the work itself, with the beetles encountering flowers in the curtains, and the two birds encountering each other in the painting, amongst others. The most notable one, however, is the woman encountering the alien on the TV. I also like the fact that by viewing my work, you are also encountering it! I hope you find it an interesting and effective interpretation of the brief 

Destination

Supported internship 

AJ PATTERSON 

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Kingsmead secondary school — GCSE

Statement

My piece is inspired by a Mitski song called Nobody it is about how the lack of touch effects somebody over time. We all experienced the harsh time of lockdown and it effected different people in many ways whether it be physically or mentally.  I decided to illustrate it from my mother’s perspective of lockdown and how most people don’t recognise their old self pre-covid.  

Destination

University Arts London — BA Hons Fine Art

MARIA REIS

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Skinner’ Academy  — level of study

Statement

My Piece as you can see, resembles love and what the deep meaning of love really is and how it can demonstrate through art nowadays. Looking at this board, do you feel something that you have felt before in past relationships? 

Love is something that cannot be explained. It’s a feeling that at the same time you can be happy you can also be angry with that person you love…. 

The message I tried bringing with my piece, is something for you to go home thinking, what is love to you? 

Destination

University of Hertfordshire — BA (Hons) Architectural

LUCAS SKELTON

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Monks Walk School — level of study

Statement

Given the theme encounter, I wanted to express it in a way that was personal to me. I ended up with the title ‘’encountering feeling from music’’ and my aim was to physically illustrate the feeling I encountered listening to my favourite music using various forms of arts and mediums. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — HND Art and Design

ZIA SLAUGHTER

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Previous education  — level of study

Statement

For our FMP we were given the theme encounters to develop from. I chose to focus on an experience all humans can relate to which is dreaming and how the mind is affected within the stages of REM (Rapid Eye Movement) 

I wanted to create a piece based off a personal encounter with a dream without an explanation. This highlights the utter nonsense of the subconscious when sleeping. The unnatural colours of the subject in my painting show clearly that this is not reality, however, a mere insight into someone else’s mind. 

Observing my piece, I hope you appreciate and enjoy your dreams more as they are bursts of creativity hidden within. 

Destination

Hertford Regional College — HND Art and Design

LILLIE SOUTHWELL

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Chauncy School — level of study

Statement

My sculptures are about my experience with scoliosis and my ‘’encounter’’ with it. I wanted to create a story with my pieces. The clay spines follow the progress and growth of the degree of my spine and match the years of when I had the braces. 

Destination

Working full-time 

MAGEN TAYLOR

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

— level of study

Statement

 

Destination

NIAMH TREHY

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

The Sele School — level of study

Statement

My canvas is about the encounters I have experienced, I have chosen the ones that have stuck out to me the most by being happy and memorable. My aim is to show through painting my experiences and how it now seems to me by drawing it. I portrayed my feelings by using bright colours and distortion of objects. I hope the viewer can look back at their own experiences and can think how it would look to them in a painting. I hope you find my canvas interesting and fascinating to look at and come away with a different perspective on what you have experienced and encountered.  

Destination

Undecided

HELIN YILDIRIM

 ‘Name of project’

Progressed from

Previous education  — level of study

Statement

I have decided on the theme of unhealthy and abusive relationships. This is a very dark theme, so I do intend on feeding in brighter pieces using more colour. I do want to tie a very sad topic to something beautiful showing that the abuse women endure is not what defines them. I want to include my personal experiences which will allow me to transform a traumatic moment in my life, to something useful and empowering. I do want to move the audience who look at my work and educate.  

Destination

next steps of education/working — what the qualification/ job is

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