A level Art, Artwork, Artwork, Craft, Cosplays and Costumes

For my A level exam piece, I built an entire Alchemists workshop from scratch, filled with drawings, books and alchemy equipment

A level Exam – Mystery and Imagination mood-board
Street art – painting the ground to make it look like a hidden underground cave
A level exam – Alchemist workshop
A level exam – artist critical studies
A level Art, Artwork, Artwork, Craft, Cosplays and Costumes

Idea development and artist critical studies

Collection of drawings, paintings and collages

For my AS level exam i built a grandfather clock with a stage where the face of the clock would sit, to portray the theme of ‘work, rest and play’

Exam preparation: Idea development and artist critical studies
Still life drawing of a gas mask and a trophy
Exam preparation: Idea development and artist critical studies
A level Art, Artwork, Artwork, Craft, Cosplays and Costumes

Collection of my key pieces from my first year studying A-level Art

Drawing of a mask and trigger section of my pistol
Pencil and pastel drawing of my collection of vintage objects
Clay piece and prep work
Left: Plaster of paris abstract piece
Right: Ink printing
Altered book project: Asian bible into a storage system with a draw for each element
Copies of artwork at The Tate Modern, London
All Drawings, Artwork, Artwork, Craft, Cosplays and Costumes, Dragons, Fantasy, Mythical Creatures, Paintings

The Fafnir Dragon is from the Norse Volsunga Saga. Fafnir was originally a dwarf but transforms himself into a dragon and hides in a cave, protecting his stolen gold. Fafnir was driven to steal the gold by a magic ring, gifted by Loki, the Norse God of mischief.

I am drawn to this myth as it has close links to the Lord of the Rings, and Chronicles of Narnia.

Fafnir

Fafnir finally met his end at the hand of Sigurd, who cooked its heart and the blood gave him the power of understanding every language, including animals and birds.

Richard Wagner, a composer, used this myth as inspiration for his epic ‘Ring Cycle’ of operas.