GCSE Art & Design for OCR Student Book by Jeff Orgee
  

GCSE Art & Design for OCR Student Book

Written by Jeff Orgee
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Part of the GCSE Art and Design for OCR Series

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Synopsis

GCSE Art & Design for OCR Student Book by Jeff Orgee

The emphasis of GCSE Art & Design for OCR is on visual analysis, experimentation and development in each of the projects. The student book contains 12 projects; examples of work by students, teachers and artists to stimulate students; and notes covering materials, techniques and processes.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 14 To 16

Author

Jeff Orgee
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

31st October 2001

ISBN

9780435415556


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