ShadyWhama
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Hello fellow artists and students,

I’m doing a level art though I haven’t done GCSE art so everything is a bit harder for me, my teacher says I have the skills to do the course but now this is a obstacle that’s been making it hard for me.

I’ve done many artists research’s in my a3 sketch book (Utrillo, Picasso, Hockney) my art work on pieces is fine but whenever my teacher marks my write up she always says that its not right that there is a few marks but I’m missing things!

She says that “We don’t want to know where he went or what he did blah blah, We want to know what the painting is like ‘THE FORMAL ELEMENTS OF ART” like what does she mean!!! I’m so confused I need like a model paragraph of how write up artist research specifically on the artists pieces.

Anyone able to give me advice on how to Create A* perfect artist researches? That would be much appreciated.
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(Original post by ShadyWhama)
Hello fellow artists and students,

I’m doing a level art though I haven’t done GCSE art so everything is a bit harder for me, my teacher says I have the skills to do the course but now this is a obstacle that’s been making it hard for me.

I’ve done many artists research’s in my a3 sketch book (Utrillo, Picasso, Hockney) my art work on pieces is fine but whenever my teacher marks my write up she always says that its not right that there is a few marks but I’m missing things!

She says that “We don’t want to know where he went or what he did blah blah, We want to know what the painting is like ‘THE FORMAL ELEMENTS OF ART” like what does she mean!!! I’m so confused I need like a model paragraph of how write up artist research specifically on the artists pieces.

Anyone able to give me advice on how to Create A* perfect artist researches? That would be much appreciated.
Hi, I can help you with your art write-ups. It's all about checking what their arts depict. If it's a painting, interpreting the meaning, intent and message of the art is the right way to do it.
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Hi, I can help you with your art write-ups. It's all about checking what their arts depict. If it's a painting, interpreting the meaning, intent and message of the art is the right way to do it.
Thank you very much for your help, I’ll try writing up some paragraphs of paintings and will focus more on the meaning, message and intent. Hopefully they come out with a good standard for my art write ups
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Hello fellow artists and students,

I’m doing a level art though I haven’t done GCSE art so everything is a bit harder for me, my teacher says I have the skills to do the course but now this is a obstacle that’s been making it hard for me.

I’ve done many artists research’s in my a3 sketch book (Utrillo, Picasso, Hockney) my art work on pieces is fine but whenever my teacher marks my write up she always says that its not right that there is a few marks but I’m missing things!

She says that “We don’t want to know where he went or what he did blah blah, We want to know what the painting is like ‘THE FORMAL ELEMENTS OF ART” like what does she mean!!! I’m so confused I need like a model paragraph of how write up artist research specifically on the artists pieces.

Anyone able to give me advice on how to Create A* perfect artist researches? That would be much appreciated.
Include artistic movements e.g Romanticism, Impressionism, Baroque all those. There are tons.
If you are comparing your work mention similar techniques as the artist e.g. mediums, impasto
What are the effects e.g. creates a realistic image
Include context, like where the technique came from, how it links to his work or the art movement.
DONT talk about where he was born, or his family, all those personal things. It HAS to link to art!
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Include artistic movements e.g Romanticism, Impressionism, Baroque all those. There are tons.
If you are comparing your work mention similar techniques as the artist e.g. mediums, impasto
What are the effects e.g. creates a realistic image
Include context, like where the technique came from, how it links to his work or the art movement.
DONT talk about where he was born, or his family, all those personal things. It HAS to link to art!
Thanks!
I’ll keep that in mind to link to the “isms” and Art movements into the pieces I am writing up hopefully they are correct.
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