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Critical Study When I began thinking about the critical study I was not sure what movement or particular variety of Art to study I decided a good starting point would be what types of art interest me and what pieces attract me when visiting an art gallery The first thing that came to mind was four works that I had seen at the Sensations exhibition This led me to reflect on my experience of A-level Art as a whole Particularly on how differently I looked at pieces through my physical and mental development in Art methods and styles My approach has changed gradually My method is to simply react to the subject I am drawing giving it meaning through my own personal reaction to the subject A-level Art has enabled me to look at art on a deeper level From my own experience as a student and observing younger students I have noticed how they as I did judge a piece of work merely on how good a likeness it is no attention would be paid to the scale or composition They tend to take things as face value and not read into the work Throughout all the things that I have learnt as an art students I now cannot help looking at a piece without finding things that give information on the meaning and point of the piece and sometimes the mood or politics of the artist I feel in the change from GCSE to Alevel my work has developed and so has my attitude My work now involves reasoning and thinking behind it I see my work as an extension of my identity It is maybe my interpretation or reflection on the way in which I see things My past experience of art as forced me to look at art in a different way It has to make me react just as I react when creating a piece I
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