Colourful Breakfast

“Breakfast”

Acrylic painting on A1 cartridge paper by Purple Faye

Made in October 2001 (approx)

This is a continuation of the project which featured the breakfast still life pencil drawing and breakfast still life paper collage. This variation was painted using acrylic paints as an exploration into Itten’s colour theory. It was made as part of my BTEC diploma in Graphic Design and A-Level in Fine Art Printmaking courses “Drawing Development” sections at Selby College (2000-2003)

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Breakfast pencil line drawing

“Breakfast”

Pencil Line Drawing on A1 cartridge paper by Purple Faye

Made in October 2001 (approx)

This is a pencil line drawing of a breakfast still life set up that we were asked to set up ourselves at home. It was made as part of my BTEC diploma in Graphic Design and A-Level in Fine Art Printmaking courses “Drawing Development” sections at Selby College (2000-2003)

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Sandpaper Breakfast


“Breakfast”

Collage on A1 cartridge paper using various paper types, including tissue and sandpaper by Purple Faye

Made in October 2001 (approx)

This is a continuation of the project which featured the breakfast still life pencil drawing as it’s start point. This variation used various paper types to make up the image, especially tissue and sandpaper.   It was made as part of my BTEC diploma in Graphic Design and A-Level in Fine Art Printmaking courses “Drawing Development” sections at Selby College (2000-2003)

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No Kids Allowed

“No Kids Allowed”

Sweets on Hardboard by Purple Faye

Approx size 1m Diameter

Made in 2003

This was the final piece for my Foundation Degree in Art and Design, and was the main piece for my end of year exhibition at Selby College in 2003. It was the culmination of a number of pieces and explorations into incongruity and signage.

Made by sticking sweets to hardboard then mounted onto a wooden framework to support the weight of the sweets and allow it to be hung up. (Since making it I’ve put a plastic covering over the top to give it a bit of protection)

 

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Textile Collage

“Textile Collage”

Collage of different Textiles and techniques on A1 Cartidge paper by Purple Faye

Made November 2002 (Approx)

This is a collage made up of different textile experimentations, mostly using batik, that I made as part of my Foundation Course in Art and Design at Selby College  (2002-2003)

 

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Rusty Plough Magazine Collage

“Rusty Plough”

Collage by Purple Faye

A1 Cartridge paper with sections from magazines stuck onto it

Made in August 2002  (approx)

This was made when I was at Selby Collage as part of my drawing development and material experimentation for the Foundation course in Art and Design (I think, it’s hard to remember exactly now).

I had to spend a while flicking through a stack of glossy magazines, collecting all the different colours and tones I needed, then cut them out and stick them on a piece of A1 to make up the picture.

 

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The first ever 3D Acrylic Paintings by Purple Faye

“Scarab beetles”

3D Acrylic Paintings by Purple Faye

Aprox 60cm square (left) and aprox 20cm square maquette (right)

Image Depth 20mm
Acrylic and oil pastel on canvas, built up with cardboard and modroc

3D Acrylic painting made up of layers of cardboard, covered with modroc (plaster of paris in bandage) then painted with acrylic paint with oil pastel on top.

Made in June 2000 (aprox)

These were the second set of 3D Acrylic Paintings (main finished painting plus maquette) that I ever made.  Made while I was at Brayton High School (1995-2000) for my GCSE Art coursework and final piece. They have the added element of oil pastels used on top of the paint.

(The first 3D Acrylic painting that I actually made was sold to my high school headteacher before I finished to go to college and unfortunatley I didn’t have the forsight to take a picture of it back then.)

 

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