LEVEL 2 ART & DESIGN


Safiya Afzal​

‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

Lea Valley Academy — GCSE

Statement 

My project is about creating an identity interior using designs and pattern and experimenting with different materials. I transferred my designs to acetate to place into a white box to create an series of atmospheric environments.  I am really interested in architecture and how light plays a significant part in creating mood and feeling in a space.  

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (3D Design) 



Ellie Cook

‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

Lea Valley Academy — GCSE

Statement 

I have to create a series of designs influenced by paintings, graphic images and posters. Focusing on abstract pattern and designs as inspiration. I have used the psychology of colour to create my own visual language. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (3D Design) 



Olivia Cook

‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

Hertford Regional College — Level 1 in Art & Design 

Statement 

My project is about a girl who is stuck in a fantasy world which has a Japanese and anime style. I have created original characters and used new techniques to create an original landscape, by involving photography into the composition 

Destination 

Seeking Employment 



Abigail Johnson​

‘Changing Identity’ 

Progressed from  

Chauncy School — GCSE

Statement 

In my art I explored the character and the emotional state of animals and people, and how animals can help people’s mental health. By combining people and animals together and using layers, to show the constant backwards and forward state of feelings. I aimed to expose the deep undertones through clay form and mark making.  ​ 

​ Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art) 



Oscar Kenyon Muir

 ‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

Leventhrop School — GCSE

Statement 

My project was about creating my own dragons in an animated style and looking at different skylines and architecture. I photographed the sculptural dragon models that I made. The dragon often used a mixed media finish. I combined the drawings with urban photographs of London, as we come out of a post pandemic period. ​ 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Animation) 



​Ana King

‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

​Freman College — GCSE

Statement 

I created the impression of lack of identity using distortion in my images. I used photography and physical manipulation to distort simple images into more intricate designs. I used photographic portraits showing multiple sides of someone’s personality through facial expressions. I involved texts, shapes and pattern as part of my creative visual language. I looked into colour and tonal harmony to convey mood and feelings. I have been interested in how we sometimes show certain thoughts through our features, sometimes not even realising it. I highlight this in my work and even exaggerated this, making the pieces look serious, funny or even sad at times. All of which demonstrates the many changing sides we have. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design ( Visual Merchandising) 



Amie Marshall​ 

‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

​ Freman College — GCSE ​

Statement 

My project is about the changing of seasons through colour and nature which is based on flowers and landscapes. I have also used a human form to convey the emotion of colours that is represented through flowing movement that includes water. The textural element in the work aims to invite you in and create a powerful impact.

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Visual Merchandising)



Joseph Rist

‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

Chauncy School — GCSE  ​ 

Statement 

I created Avatar characters based on my personal identity within a landscape setting. That explores a ”mirrored” world for the characters who aren’t really different from one another despite how different their worlds are. I did it by creating storyboards where the character’s actions, expression and behaviour tells the story. I also created plasticine 3D models of the characters to express both the 2D and 3D mirroring of my Avatars. ​ 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Animation​) 



Millie Stinson ​ 

 ‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

The John Warner school — GCSE  ​ 

Statement 

I am looking at tattoos and the changing nature of them through colour and photography, creating a modern setting for my images often relying on period inking techniques.   I have pushed for the best and most colourful eye-catching finishes and have incorporated 3D affects and patterns to give my own twist on the original tattoo ideas. I have created art that puts fine art tattoo designs and 3D colour together, researching Pop Art and tattoo artists. 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Fine Art) 



 Amy Webb

‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

Chauncy School — GCSE  ​ 

Statement 

My initial idea was to study the body image and societies conventional views and through my work I was trying to help change it. I wanted to promote the idea of individuality and I wanted to try and find a true definition for what ‘perfect’ actually means.​ 

Within my project I wanted to study the female form and have an understanding of todays ‘standards’. I researched artists such Hanna Lee Joshi and Howard Hodgkin who use distortion, colour, and direction to give across the effect I am trying to give with my own pieces.  

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Graphic Design) 



Charlotte Woollard

‘Changing Identity’

Progressed from  

Presdales School — GCSE

Statement 

These pieces were developed over a few months for my final major project. You can hopefully see that my inspiration are from artists who paint and draw portraits in unique ways. The work focuses on distortion of the human face. When I distort the faces it’s like I’m destroying their identity, memories, thoughts and feelings. The people I draw range from 17 to 70 plus years old. I felt like drawing different age groups hopefully to represent a wide spectrum. In many of the drawing the people usually have no emotion and look serious. The tones I use aims to bring more emotions more. Darker black dusky tones show the person is feeling sad and are in a dark place and using colours like red show pain. When I’m drawing and painting I never know how it could turn out at the end, which is exciting.​ 

Destination 

Hertford Regional College — UAL Level 3 Diploma in Art & Design (Graphic Design) 



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