Fine Art

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Forest tree with art drawings stuck to trunks - artwork by Emma Liebeskind called "Spring"
The City Lit Fine Art course is a part time programme of 2 or 3 years on which you will engage with a range creative and contemporary fine art practice processes and ideas.
Lito Apostolakou
City Lit Fine Art tutor Monika Kita in conversation with artist and former student Lito Apostolakou
Work by City Lit Fine Art Student Iliana
To celebrate and showcase the work of our City Lit Fine Art Course Year 2 Students we are launching an online interim show. This is a snapshot of some of the work.
Artwork by Aurelia Duplouich
"I made this series during spring 2020, at the very beginning of lockdown. I was then staying in a farm in southern France where confinement was very strict, and all I was allowed was taking short wal...
Artwork by Sandra Beidas
"Our group seemed to bond very early on and the bonds have continued even since lockdown. The course is exactly what I needed to focus and develop my art practice, and I would say that the progress I ...
Artwork by Samia Mallek
"Although lockdown affected us deeply, it has given me the opportunity to reflect on my work at City Lit and try to implement what we've been learning and experimenting with.I feel more confident than...
Artwork by Frankie Giuliano
"I'm working with drawing a lot more than I ever would have done and that has led to a whole raft of new ideas that I'm exploring. We decided to keep our Zoom open all day on our Saturday classes and ...
Artwork by Claire Parker
"At first I was worried about not being in a physical studio space and at first I did feel a bit paralysed. But my work developed into a project about relationships with everyday objects and spaces, a...
Artwork by Natalie Dee
"Lockdown has brought our course closer together definitely. I have also enjoyed the freedom lockdown gave me in doing artwork. When you work alone, you tend to be less critical of your work and more ...