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How to Create Clay Relief Artworks

How to Create Clay Relief Artworks

If you've ever wondered how to create clay relief artworks, this blog post has some information and inspiration which just might make you include it in your planning.  I've been really inspired recently by...
Photographing Through Oil and Water

Photographing Through Oil & Water

If you are looking for a new and experimental way of exciting your students about photography, photographing through oil and water is definitely an option to consider.  I learnt about this from art teacher...
Sketchbook Circle 2

Sketchbook Circle 2

For those of you who regularly read my blog, you'll know I'm taking part in sketchbook circle this year.  You can see my first post about this here and read more about what Sketchbook...
Exploring Cyanotype

Exploring Cyanotype

What is Cyanotype? Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print.  The basic premise involves coating a surface with a 1:1 solution of Potassium Ferricyanide and Ammonium Ferric (III) Citrate.  This surface...
Ways to Extend Student Work

5 Ways to Extend Student Work After Lockdown

This blog post details 5 ways to extend student work after lockdown.  I’ve seen a lot of art teachers on social media worrying about the quantity of work their students have created in lockdown. ...
Negative Space in Art

What is Negative Space in Art?

In art, negative space is the space around and between the subject of the image.  The positive space is the subject or object of the image. Why is it important? Negative space is important because it...

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