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Everyday Invalidations The Masters

The masters at this are technical experts at invalidating their own emotions, thoughts and ideas.  They pursue a silent convert path of self destruction and self loathing.   86 more words

Things Behind The Sun, Formative Assessment

My current work (above) has been inspired by one of my one hundred drawings made on the Pembrokeshire trip. The original image was a quick charcoal sketch of some clouds on a particularly windy day and seemed insignificant at first. 456 more words

Documentation

First TIE Rehearsal - 08/11/16

Finally, we have been told the two plays which we will be going forward in producing. English and Maths. This was voted by us mutually and we have been sorted into our own groups to produce both of these by our tutour. 674 more words

Reflection

Thursday 1st December 2016-Commission

Today we spent some time with Lynn going over what we had discussed with Erica about how we thought our commission went. We then looked at the next commission project and started to talk about various ideas we could use to get us started with our new project. 84 more words

Planning

The Holy Sacrifice of The Mass

Thoughts on the meaning of the Tridentine Latin Mass.

“And the Lord was pleased to bruise him in infirmity: if he shall lay down his life for sin, he shall see a long-lived seed, and the will of the Lord shall be prosperous in his hand.” 165 more words

Statements of Intentions

Subject

Coming from the innovative furniture piece of Penguin Donkey as my catalyst object from the Ken Stradling Collection, created for the revolutionary paperback Penguin books; I want to follow the trajectory of… 321 more words

SUBJECT

large landscape

After making a few smaller wooden boards of landscapes inspired by my wood prints, I decided that I wanetd to make a bigger painting. I felt as though, since I was trying to get across the idea of a person becoming part of  a landscape (rather than just ‘in’ the landscape) that I needed to allow the viewer to feel as though they were part of the landscape. 138 more words