Toby 2020

KICKSTART- Toby Johnstone

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Studio Art

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In earlier years, Toby attended KickstART with his teacher and in 2020, was proud to be selected to present his work. Toby explains his theme of Human Connection – People, Place and Self. He stresses his love for Studio Arts and the way it allowed him to explore his inspirations, reading and photography. Toby’s folio culminated in two mixed-media collages and he explains how his use of a ‘Key and Contents’ page at the beginning of his folio made it easier to discuss his folio journey in the end of year examination. Toby’s tips include an extensive mind map; a clear understanding of the way to address all the Art Elements and Principles; clarity in the Exploration Proposal and getting as much inspiration from unusual sources as possible. He drew from diverse areas, such as Shakespeare’s writing, a family artwork, a science experiment and the work of professional artists. In this video, Toby shows how he methodically explored materials and processes in a rational manner, providing strong annotations that linked together seemingly random potential directions.

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Product Description

VCE Studio Art

Mixed Media: Paper/injet print/ink/concrete – Human Connection – People, Place and Self.

In earlier years, Toby attended KickstART with his teacher and in 2020, was proud to be selected to present his work. Toby explains his theme of Human Connection – People, Place and Self. He stresses his love for Studio Arts and the way it allowed him to explore his inspirations, reading and photography. Toby’s folio culminated in two mixed-media collages and he explains how his use of a ‘Key and Contents’ page at the beginning of his folio made it easier to discuss his folio journey in the end of year examination. Toby’s tips include an extensive mind map; a clear understanding of the way to address all the Art Elements and Principles; clarity in the Exploration Proposal and getting as much inspiration from unusual sources as possible. He drew from diverse areas, such as Shakespeare’s writing, a family artwork, a science experiment and the work of professional artists. In this video, Toby shows how he methodically explored materials and processes in a rational manner, providing strong annotations that linked together seemingly random potential directions.

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