The same but different

OCA tutor and assessor David Winning talks about student Anne Flowers work for her printmaking course. David touches on developing ideas using sketchbooks, the essence of printmaking and illustrates points using examples of Anne’s Chine-collĂ© pieces


  1. Eileen 8 December 2010 at 7:40 pm

    A fascinating film. I particularly liked the series of variations on the same theme.
    There is a very slight lag between the sound and video in this film which is sometimes distracting.

  2. Gareth 8 December 2010 at 7:56 pm

    Ah you noticed Eileen! We spotted this when we uploaded it to Vimeo. It definitely isn’t there in the original Quicktime video, so we have logged it with Vimeo as a problem at their end

  3. Lynx 9 December 2010 at 3:46 pm

    Great video of an obviously very talented student. I really like the way she has experimented – quite inspirational.

  4. Dawn Finneran 9 December 2010 at 4:31 pm

    Unfortunately I do not know anything about printing so my comment is based on someone who appreciates art – “How wonderful these would look framed and hanging on my wall (and I am fussy about what I would hang there!)” Beautiful colours and compositions – very impressed!!

  5. anne 9 December 2010 at 11:07 pm

    Very helpful to get feed back on what an Assessor is looking for. I especially liked Anne’s sketchbooks. Made me quite jealous! Well done.

  6. Helen Read 10 December 2010 at 9:02 pm

    Having just enrolled onto a printing module I’m now feeling inspired by both Anne and David.Thank you for this insight.It’s the possibilities and permutations of printing which attracts me to this media.I will aspire to achieve such versatility. Thank You.

  7. Carol Stimpson 13 December 2010 at 2:09 pm

    Great work Anne! I particularly admire the Moroccan series. Great inspiration for other students like myself who are doing the course.

    David – thank you for this online printmaking feedback. It’s very useful.

  8. roberta buchan 14 December 2010 at 10:07 pm

    It’s great to have the chance to look at this lovely work in close detail and with interesting points made by the assessor. Thanks, David (and thanks, Anne, for agreeing to share your work with us all).


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