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A2 Fine Art

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    We're about to start our personal investigation in art and I'm not entirely sure on what I want to do. I have an idea, but it would be great if any of you guys could help give a focus to the project and to make it easier to write about.

    My idea is to look at ice and liquid water. I may also want to look into objects in water, ice, or fizzy water and the distortion/movement it will have. I could also end up looking at figures in water (like swimming or diving) or water combined with fire and smoke (and the shapes it forms).

    Can anyone help refine this idea into a clear "main idea" or question? Also if you know of any artists that are relevant, I would be greatful if you could share them because I don't know how to find related artists.

    Thanks guys
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