Art Studio course gallery

Brief: Half Past

The starting point for this brief was Sir Frank Bowling‘s painting, Cover Girl, and how dividing the picture plane in two halves creates an image with distinct parts and contextual meaning about past and present, childhood and adulthood, and private and public.

Here’s a selection of artwork and prepatory studies made by some of the Art Project course artists taking part in the project.

Look out for another gallery of work coming soon…

Christie Archer – Through Four Generations @30
Graphite, charcoal, watercolour and pastel on paper

Kate Fabian – Untitled
Cardboard and paper on paper

Diana Boydell – Past/Present (work in progress)
Acrylic on paper

Jane Harris – Role Reversal

Jane Harris – How Time Flies
Charcoal on paper

Jane Harris – Bloody Covid!
Watercolour and ink on paper

Jane Goddard –  Once I Climbed To The Top. Now I Can Only Look Up
Acrylic on paper
Harriet Hall – The Generations of Man Are As Leaves From Trees
Mixed media
Emma Russell – Untitled
Digital painting
Paula – Lockdown 2020: Take Me Back to July 1964!
Acrylic and collage on paper

Maria Lewandowski – Past and Present
Ink, charcoal, graphite and acrylic on paper

Sandra Fawcett – From Italian Roots to Covid and the fall of the EU
(Work in progress)
Mixed media

Dieter – Above and Below
Diptych: lino monoprint on paper

Dieter – Da geht ein Riss durch die Welt (A Rupture Runs Through
The World)

Diptych: lino monoprint on paper

Hilary Playtime Past and Present
Acrylic on paper