Jess,18, England

art, books, cats and models

Anonymous said: firstly I want to say how much I LOVE your art and one day I hope to be as good as you! Also, when you do artist research, do you follow a template or use a guide or anything helping you to write about them? I used to have a sheet last year and i've lost it, if you have anything please would you be able to post it on twitter or something? Xx

ah thank you that’s so sweet! and not really, at gcse I think we had sheets that had areas to talk about but I usually just write a bit about the artist, first impressions of their work, what inspired their work etc, then pick out a couple of paintings, do studies of them, then write in detail about how he/she has used colour, created texture with medium, how it makes you feel etc. hope this was some help and good luck with your art! 😊




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