Tag: workshops

water and waves drawn in a Japanese style with a fish off to the right and lots of textured elements to the bttom of the painting representing waves washing up on a pebbly beige textured shore that sparkles with hints of gold leaf

My First Workshop – Assessment & Feedback

After considering how to gather feedback at the start, I nearly forgot this altogether. It was a senior lecturer who reminded me during set-up. Eek!

abstract that looks like blades of grass shooting up from the bottom of the image in greens and blues with accents of orange every now and then

My First Workshop – Teaching & Learning

On the train into London, I pumped myself up with so many uplifting power tunes. I was bouncing with energy and good vibrations by the time I got to Wilson Road super early, as per usual.

shades of Red like a gradient sinking into almost brown on a heavily textured canvas with light splatters o yellow, orange and white over an abstract background

Considering Disability… the Actual Assignment

several ideas popped into my head to try with a class or in my artwork that would create more inclusivity, particularly for disabled persons.