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Islamic Philosophy

Islam, as believed by non-Islamic followers was founded by Prophet Muhammad (570 CE – 8 June 632 CE). He preached the essence of Monotheism.

What is Islamic Philosophy? 958 more words

Assignment

Visit to a Gothic church – Manchester Cathedral (short version) - longer version to follow.

Visit to a Gothic church – Manchester Cathedral

Description

The main body of the Cathedral (particularly the outside) is in the Perpendicular Gothic style, however, there are many other developments to the church that make it a much more complicated building to read. 475 more words

Assignment 2

Logic as a Branch of Philosophy

Logic comes from the Greek “logos”, which has a variety of meanings including word, thought, idea, argument, account, reason or principle. It is the study of reasoning, or the study of the principles and criteria of valid inference and demonstration. 668 more words

Assignment

Reflection (on assignment 2)

Making my brushwork more evident seems to be important to me through this and the previous assignment.  Whilst I spent most of my time practicing with enamels on aluminium I ended up hardly using them in the final painting, partly because it did not show brushwork strongly.     586 more words

Research & Reflection

Assignment 2 - Tutor feedback

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 Overall Comments

This has taken me much longer to get to than I intended for reasons beyond my control.  469 more words

Assignment 2 Painting

My exploration of subject, media and techniques lead me to ideas which I wanted to try to use in the final painting.  The key ones being a contrasting view of a fork and spoon with chopsticks expressed using oil on aluminium.   800 more words

ASSIGNMENT 2

Assignment Two: context, composition and reflection

Context

I wanted to draw a selection of objects that had more meaning than just simply a still life of fruit, and one in which all of the objects had a relationship to each other. 907 more words

Still Life