Fine Art is so much more than merely an aesthetic pursuit – it comprises the demonstration, exploration and scrutiny of contemporary ideas and values through studio practice.
Fine Art A level is recognised as being on a par with the most academic A levels because of the emphasis it places on research, conceptual depth and critical rigour. Studying Art at A level gives you the opportunity to express ideas and feelings visually with confidence and facility. Students are able to experiment with a wide range of techniques and media including oil, acrylic, collage and assemblage as well as different drawing and printmaking methods. Concepts and observations are developed and refined in order to communicate clearly and powerfully.