The Studio Art class have been experimenting with diverse art techniques. Last week the students had the opportunity to identify and express varying perspectives in the form of live model drawings.
More recently, the class used a combination of tetra packs and the cardboard from milk cartons to design and carve drawings. After inking and rubbing the surface, they printed their drawings onto damp paper. This low cost technique allowed for a range of interesting marks and unexpected results. Take a look for yourself!