Fine Art Degree

Temporary Art

I completed the first part of my art degree, finally. I’ve not had much chance to post much about anything recently, mostly because I’ve been really busy with other projects that revolve around homelife, but also because I recently discovered House, the television series, and now I’m hooked. And probably beyond help. Pretty sure I’m due a new episode about now. Alas, I’m going to eat two-day old popcorn, nibble at some bombay mix and get going on the next exercise.

Meanwhile, you can see how my warm-up exercise went, HERE.

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A degree in Fine Art

I finally enrolled on a Fine Art degree course and officially¬†started two days ago. I already emailed my tutor and gave a brief introduction of myself and the desired outcomes I hope to expect from the programme -it’s all very exciting! I’ve been told I need to keep some kind of blog/journal to keep track of my progress – a sort of ‘learning log’ -but after much thought I’ve decided to stick with this one and just add extra menus and what not. Now I haven’t got an excuse to avoid posting. I think this blog is going to take a good turn, and there’s a chance to gain extra marks from the posts, so I guess it had better do. Of course, I will thrive on the structure of it all. Structure is always good and structure is usually secure. I noticed on Facebook yesterday that it has been exactly one year since I posted a status about wanting to start my degree in 2016, and now it’s happening.

In all the excitement, I forgot to post about the art exhibiton -It was totally ace! A really great night and quite an experience for me. I didn’t interact much with the other artists, perhaps one or two, but everybody seemed lovely. It was nice to see friends and family showing support, including some faces I hadn’t seen in a while.

Below is a photo of the work I had on display

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‘Caustic Foliate’ 2016

 

I’m going to stick with the early morning wake-up calls and continue to be as productive as possible. I put a small sketchbook in my bag this morning. Going to attempt a sketch-a-day, even if it means a sketch on the bus to work or during my lunch hour.