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Student art guide
The Student Art Guide is full of how-tos, examples and anaylsis of students works, and other resources to help you excel at art. You can also collaborate with other students via the forum.
Using the iPad to create art
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Mashable photo challenge: silhouettes
Mashable, the tech website, asked it's users to submit photos of human silhouttes; the entries are amazing, and have over a million shares!
Student Art guide on Pinterest
See all the artists from the Student Art Guide page and more! Plenty of inspiration for you to see what other 17-18 year old's are doing around the world.
The jealous curator
This blog features heaps of fantastic contemporary art. The only requirement is that the creator of the blog needs to feel jealous she didn't make it herself! Make sure you look inside artists sketchbooks on the 'peep show' link.
Encyclopedia Britannica Visual Arts topic search
Browse the topics; drawing, painting, photography and sculpture, on this huge database of information.
Wooster Art Collective
Wooster is the name of a street in Soho, New York. This collective (group) has made a blog to showcase the best street art from New York and around the world.
How to observe and discuss artworks
Elements of Art
If you want to write about art, you need to know what makes up an artwork. This BBC bitesize webpage defines all 8 art elements for you, read through all the pages.
How to analyse an artist's work
This webpage goes into more detail so you can write about: the story behind the artwork (context), how it makes you feel, and why it makes you feel that way.
Art elements and principles