These sketchbook pages are an example of the artist analysis and experiment that Samantha completed as part of her GCSE exam project. The drawing and media trials demonstrate a level of technical skill and confidence that is well beyond her years.

These sketchbook pages are an example of the artist analysis and experiment that Samantha completed as part of her GCSE exam project. The drawing and media trials demonstrate a level of technical skill and confidence that is well beyond her years.

Artist Jane Perkins has created portraits of the Queen made from discarded pieces of rubbish Devon Open Studios 2012. The triptych depicts the monarch in three stages of life: during her Coronation, Silver Jubilee and the Diamond Jubilee.

Artist Jane Perkins has created portraits of the Queen made from discarded pieces of rubbish Devon Open Studios 2012. The triptych depicts the monarch in three stages of life: during her Coronation, Silver Jubilee and the Diamond Jubilee.

Pep Carrió's sketchbook (2009) Each year, Pep Carrió makes a sort of sketchbook collection of hundreds of illustrations which he creates in his yearly agendas. This way he develops a sort of personal diary that, in many cases have been the base inspiration for the professional work of this designer.

Pep Carrió's sketchbook (2009) Each year, Pep Carrió makes a sort of sketchbook collection of hundreds of illustrations which he creates in his yearly agendas. This way he develops a sort of personal diary that, in many cases have been the base inspiration for the professional work of this designer.

Jenny Saville At Modern Art Oxford: Her First Solo Exhibition In A UK Public Gallery (PHOTOS)

Jenny Saville At Modern Art Oxford: Her First Solo Exhibition In A UK Public Gallery (PHOTOS)

15 metre tall baobab tree sculpture in Southbank, London as part of the Festival of the World exhibition. Each ring is made by people and material from around the globe. The baobab tree is the oldest living tree in Africa, a symbol for meditation and community. #textileart

15 metre tall baobab tree sculpture in Southbank, London as part of the Festival of the World exhibition. Each ring is made by people and material from around the globe. The baobab tree is the oldest living tree in Africa, a symbol for meditation and community. #textileart

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