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Formal Assessment Result

July 2015 Dear Charleen Brunke, We are pleased to advise the confirmed pass result for the formal assessment of your course: Painting 2: Exploring Concepts Formal Assessment – PASS Pathway Guidance The credits attached to this assessed course will be registered … Continue reading

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Submission for July 2015 assessment

CONTENT LIST: Painting 2-Exploring Concepts Sent per courier to OCA: PORTFOLIO OF 12 PAINTINGS : Listed below CRITICAL REVIEW:  Printout and word doc on memory stick. It can also be read on my blog at the following address: https://charleenbrunke2.wordpress.com/2014/11/19/critical-review-how-does-william-kentridge-deal-with-postmodernism-and-modernism/ Online … Continue reading

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Assignment 6 – Submission, Feedback and Response

SUBMISSION: My tutor wants me to do two more paintings in more or less the same gestural style as my last one, Nineveh a historic moment in time – August 2014, which was not only about pin pointing time, but … Continue reading

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Assignment 5 – Abstract Expressionism : Submission and Tutor Feedback

SUBMISSION: I’m submitting my last two paintings:   My exercises are all quite experimental, but here are four of the better ones: Reflection on my own art practice: My art practice seems to be an ongoing experiment of techniques, but I feel that … Continue reading

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Revised Assignment 4 – Abstracting a Seascape

For assignment 4’s abstract seascape, I chose a photograph with a view from above onto a section of shoreline. Here, I want to take another approach by opening up my process. My first drawing was a representation of shapes, based on a photograph. These shapes are to me, the result of … Continue reading

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Points to consider in Tutor’s Feedback assignment 3 and 4

Main points to consider: Most importantly, open up my process to allow ideas to develop in unexpected ways. Explore psychogeography Increase practical painting prep work – for final assessment Consider the pencil line in terms of varying its weight and … Continue reading

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Revised assignment 3 – Exploring Abstract Landscape Composition

I made some sketches based on a photo of a valley in Skye. My thinking was initially abstract, then became more observational: Next, I did two oil paint sketches.  Oil Sketch 1 is on textured ground, based on Beginning 1 sketch. Oil Sketch … Continue reading

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