Year 10 Art students made a strong start back this week exploring mark-making in still life. Mark-making is a term used for the creation of different patterns, lines, textures and shapes on objects and surfaces.
Students were asked to create an engaging composition and to present ordinary items using textures and patterns. While using techniques learned in class, they produced some beautiful and unique pieces of art. Can you believe that these artworks, made by Pinyada (Pearie) Boonsombat, Nathasorn (Eim-Aim) Sorakraikitikul and Younha (Isabell) Ko were produced in just one hour’s time?