The D&A Foundation course was six months of painting, drawing, photography, printing, design and model making. I took this photo for the course at dusk using an eight-second exposure. Sadly, the copper dome on the ANZ Bank Chambers came down the following year as a result of the February 22nd earthquake. The moving statue Nucleus has survived.
Two other photos taken during the course. They show central Christchurch a few months before it was damaged by earthquakes in 2010.
Two sections of an A3 ink drawing — a ‘mark making’ exercise.
A page from my D&A Foundation portfolio: guitars made from clothing and accessories.
Another portfolio page: what Barbie’s bedroom might look like when she retires. The model is made of paper, wire, modelling clay, polystyrene and fabric.