Pre IB Visual Arts Exhibition
Méli-Mélo.

Sex, fashion, politics and cultural reflections are some of the themes explored by this years artists. A two metre tall canvas, miniature Japanese patterns, and controversial statements about the Iraqi war are just some of the results of the year 13 students’ hard work over the past 15 months. Each student has worked independently resulting in some exciting and dramatic pieces. They have experienced a wide range of approaches and progressed to a medium they enjoy for their final outcomes. Artists and critical analysis is an essential part of the development process and each student has been stimulated by a variety of artists and made links with their own ideas. This year students have produced work in photography, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, mixed media, ICT and painting. Students have diverse cultural backgrounds and through further investigation and research their work as a whole results in an international flavour, hence the exhibition title Méli-Mélo which translates to 'a mixture of varied qualities'.


A large proportion of these students are looking forward to continuing their art education at degree level in the UK and America. They also have the advantage of discussing their artistic ideas with the visitors at the preview, allowing them to substantiate and explain the reasoning behind their work. All good experience for their forthcoming examination!

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Poster

You are invited to view the exhibition which runs until Sunday 4th February at Budji Living Bangkok, 7 Thonglor 25, Sukhumvit 55, Bangkok 10110 .

Email: bliving@budjibangkok.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Wow... Those paintings are amazing. I wish I could draw like that.
Well done and good luck!"

Xenia von Viragh, 6B
Monday, January 29, 2007

 

"Wow, Tarin Rose Doty's art work is amazing. Nice one Tarin."

Lisa Smith, 11T
Thursday, March 1, 2007

 

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