Art folder

Stay organized and inspired with these art folder ideas. Explore different options to keep your artwork safe and easily accessible, and take your creativity to the next level.
The artist and I: Art & Design IGCSE TOP IN MALAYSIA NOVEMBER SERIES 2016 Art Education, Environmental Art, Art, High School, A Level Art, A Level Art Sketchbook, Visual Arts, Gcse Art Sketchbook, Art Analysis

Congratulations to Reanne Koh! Her Art & Design IGCSE has awarded as Top in Malaysia (highest grade in Malaysia) for November Series/Exam !! I am so proud of her and her talents beyond what I can imagine! She deserves the recognition from CIE!! (follow her ig : reannekoh ) Here all her Paper 1 & 2 artwork! PAPER 1 preparation work 'Plant pattern.' Final Piece PAPER 2 'Signage for a seafood cafe' Preparation work Final Piece

Bethany Hopson
How To Develop a Student Art Portfolio Design, Inspiration, Crafts, Diy Portfolio Folder Design, Portfolio Bag, Portfolio Case, Artist Portfolio, Art Portfolio Case, Art Studio Organization

Throughout your entire school career, and even when you go out into the real world, you may be asked to create or present a portfolio to showcase your work as a student or an artist. If you're wondering how to make a portfolio for a school project, there are many resources out there to guide you.

Angelica Cortez
Pop, Diy Pop Up Book, Paper Folder, Paper Ephemera, Folder Decoration, Scrap Book Diy, Diy Scrapbook, Diy Notebook, Folder Diy

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sheila heath
Art, Painting & Drawing, Sketchbooks, Collage, Cambridge, Composition, High School, Artist Research Page, A Level Art Sketchbook

Dear all, Here I share the work of my former student, Joey Jong. I am happy for her results though I thought her work could hit an A*—at least 90%. Be it October Exam or June Exam, and I can conclude that - - it's very challenging if you are aiming for good grades for this new syllabus (2020 onwards), the student needs to work hard, and you have to strategize and plan for each of your student topic selections. - the grading is always not consistent. Be it for Oct or June Exams - if the…

parisa 😒
Keating Young: My GCSE Art Coursework ǀ Natural Forms High School, Art, Retro, Artist Research Page, A Level Art Sketchbook, A Level Art, Gcse Art Sketchbook, Gcse Art, Art Journal Inspiration

At high school there really wasn't a single subject that I could say I loathed. In every single class there would be someone there that could make me laugh and if there was one lesson that I could always be relied up on to say that I enjoyed it, it would definitely have been art. In theory art is a very easy subject, it is something that only requires time and practice. At my school at least, it was a very calm and enjoyable lesson. I think the one thing I would say if you decided to take…

Fiona Chiu